|87 Terrell Green|
A young and gifted pass catcher who hopes to bounce back after spending the entire 2015 campaign on the disabled list … Tried to battle back from a shoulder injury but decision was made for a redshirt season to allow complete recovery … Noteworthy athleticism and successful rehabilitation efforts should allow for depth chart inclusion as a top reserve at the “X” position, but new coaching staff is optimistic about developing battle for potential starting status during the fall after strong spring showing … Verticality, agility skills and quickness rank among best in program … Made one catch for 10 yards during the first abbreviated spring scrimmage (April 9) before racking up four receptions for 84 yards in the Purple-Gold Game on April 16 … Lauded by strength staff as one of the most improved players during spring testing period with significant increases in the bench press (245 to 260 pounds), back squat (380 to 455), power clean (247 to 252), vertical jump (36” to 37.5”) and broad jump (10’6” to 10’8”) … Ranked as a “freak” in power quotient formula, standing in top 10 percent of unit in the vertical and broad jumps, 40-yard dash (4.33), pro shuttle (4.02) and three-cone drill (6.76).
2015: Could not overcome nagging shoulder injury suffered late during the spring practice period and redshirt decision was made during preseason camp (to encourage complete recovery) …Spent most of fall in rehabilitation mode.
2014: Played in seven contests as a member of special teams and as a reserve on the receiving corps (once late decision was made to remove redshirt) ... Made collegiate debut as a true freshman against Connecticut on Oct. 23 before following with appearances against Temple, Cincinnati, Tulane, Tulsa, UCF and Florida (Birmingham Bowl) ... Caught first career pass (eight yards) at Temple in the third quarter ... Did not record any stats against Huskies, Bearcats, Green Wave, Golden Hurricane, Knights or Gators.
High School: Caught 36 passes for 775 yards during senior season – averaging 21.5 yards per reception … Guided Hanahan High School to an 11-2 overall mark and 5-0 league record in 2013 … On the receiving end of an eventual game-winning 35-yard touchdown pass to help HHS to a 28-21 win against Orangeburg-Wilkinson … Invited to the Low Country North-South All-Star game in Myrtle Beach (December, 2013) … Experienced limited action as a junior after suffering a season-ending elbow injury during a contest against Bishop England … Earned additional varsity letters in basketball during prep career, while also playing at the AAU level with the Low Country Ballers.
Personal: Full name is Johnnie Terrell Green … Major is sport studies.