Quickly regained status as one of Conference USA's premier offensive linemen during junior campaign after a one-year medical hiatus ... Scheduled to open final collegiate season as the starter at left guard after prior honor-producing performances manning the tackle position ... Returned to full-time action during spring drills in 2008 after receiving clearance by medical staff to resume football career after sitting out the entire 2007 season (spring workouts, fall campaign) because of emergency heart surgery Feb. 27 ... Health setback, unfortunately, came after an exceptional year of growth and development as a full-time starting member of ECU's offensive line during redshirt-freshman season in 2006 ... Cited as an exemplary "program-player" by coaching staff who possesses an unmatched work ethic in all areas - on the field, in the weight facility and in the video room ... Nominated for the FedEx Orange Bowl Courage Award because of comeback efforts ... A 2009 preseason All-Conference USA performer according to Phil Steele Magazine despite move to a "new" position ...Earned unit's "most improved" award at the conclusion of spring drills.
2008: Rebounded to play in all 14 games and made 10 starts after a year's absence ... Opened seven contests at left tackle and three (Memphis, UCF, Kentucky) on the right side, including the AutoZone Liberty Bowl ... Led the entire unit with 53 knockdown blocks while participating in 763 plays - the second-highest total on the line ... Credited with a season-high nine knockdowns in the Conference USA opener at Tulane before adding seven two weeks later vs. Houston ... Made first career start against in-state rival N.C. State at Carter-Finley Stadium ... Key member of an offensive line that helped produce four 100-yard rushing performances by three players and allowed one sack or less in eight games (four without a sack - Virginia Tech, Southern Miss, UTEP and Tulsa) ... Also helped offense register at least 350 yards of total offense in seven games, including a season-best 475 against UTEP... Aided Pirates to a combined 755 total yards (377.5 ypg) and a completion percentage of 77.8 (42-of-54) during early-season victories over nationally-ranked Virginia Tech and West Virginia ... Provided pass blocking protection for a season-high 296 air yards vs. Kentucky in bowl action with participation in 67 plays and four knockdowns ... Played key role in additional ECU season-highs against UTEP - 231 rushing yards and 53 points ... Return to gridiron against No. 17 Virginia Tech at Bank of America Stadium was the first since playing in the PapaJohns.com Bowl in December, 2006 (vs. USF) ... Other knockdown efforts of note were six vs. N.C. State and UTEP, and four against Memphis, UCF and UAB.
2007: Did not play due to illness.
2006: Started all 13 games (11 at right tackle to open season, two at left tackle vs. N.C. State and USF ) ... Recorded 47.0 knockdowns (third on the team) in 880 total offensive plays ... Played pivotal role on a line that produced three 100-yard rushers, five 100-yard receivers and 3,024 passing yards - ECU's highest total in 14 years (since 1992) and third-best all-time ... Named to the 2006 Conference USA All-Freshman Team by both the media and head coaches ... Posted a season-best eight knockdowns in 63 plays during his Pirate debut against Navy ... Participated in a season-high 79 plays vs. UCF (four knockdowns) ... Other contests of note that included four or more knockdowns include Memphis (5), West Virginia (4), Marshall (4) and USF (4) in the Papajohns.com Bowl ... Fought through ankle injury vs. Southern Miss and provided key block for James Pinkney's two-yard TD run late in the fourth quarter to send the game into overtime (led to eventual road victory) ... Registered three knockdowns while taking all 75 snaps on the line against Golden Eagles.
2005: Redshirted during initial season in ECU program ... Cited by coaching staff for work on scout team ... Officially signed with Skip Holtz' program in February, 2005.
High School: A three-year football letterman for interim coach Thomas Umphrey at Purnell Swett High School ... Earned back-to-back All-Two Rivers Conference and all-county honors as a junior and senior ... Selected to the all-region unit in 2004 ... Displayed ability to post strong numbers on both sides of the ball after securing second-team all-conference honors as a defensive standout during senior campaign ... Chosen by teammates as team's captain in 2004 ... Also picked up five additional letters in basketball (forward/center) and track (shot put/discus) ... Helped guide Rams to six conference victories during his last two seasons ... Earned PSHS Honor Roll accolades for strong work in the classroom.
Personal: Full name is Terence Edwin Campbell ... Born March 4, 1987 ... Major is child development & family relations ... Earned selection to the 2007-08 and 2008-09 ECU Athletic Director's Honor Roll.