ECU Opens Fourth and Final Week of Spring Drills
Sharp Passing Effort, Physical Play Dominate Second Scrimmage
Preseason Camp Notebook No. 15
Pirates Conclude Spring Work With Purple-Gold Game
Pirates Return To Work After First Scrimmage
A dedicated and promising defender who quickly has turned a walk-on and redshirt standing into legitimate depth chart conversations in less than two calendar years ... Will open second active season on the ECU roster competing for a reserve two-deep role at one of the defensive end positions ... Could also figure into the Pirates' special teams plans to get additional playing time ... Recorded a tackle for lost yardage (-4) during the Purple-Gold Game (April 14) to wrap-up spring drills ... Strength and conditioning testing numbers of note include a power clean of 289 pounds, a bench press of 360, a back squat of 505 and a 40 time of 5.00 ... Possesses one of the top flexibility ratings of all linemen with a mark of 13.5.
2011: Did not experience any game action, but turned in an award-winning effort as a member of the practice squad - earning the defensive unit's Rick Bankston Memorial Award as the most outstanding player on the scout team ... Promoted to the Pirates' travel roster, but never appeared in a contest.
2010: Redshirted during initial season at ECU ... Served as a member of the scout team defensive line ... Officially earned a roster position as a walk-on during fall camp.
High School: A three-year letterman at Andrews High School.
Personal: Full name is Terry D. Biles ... Born March 25, 1992 ... An economics major.