Terrance West

Football Player

Terrance West was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States on January 28th, 1991 and is the Football Player. At the age of 33, Terrance West biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 28, 1991
United States
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
33 years old
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American Football Player
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Terrance West Life

Terrance West (born January 28, 1991) is an American football running back who is now a free agent.

In the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft, he played college football at Towson and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns.

West has also played for the Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, and the New Orleans Saints.

Early years

West attended Northwestern High School in Baltimore, Maryland, where he had a stellar high school career; he was a two-time All-Baltimore City pick at running back, amassed 4,700 total yards over the course of his career; and was an honorable mention All-Metro selection. He played over 2,000 all-purpose yards as a senior and 1,500 as a junior, leading his team to a 7–3 record as a junior and a 9-1 record during his senior season.

West was also a member of the basketball, baseball, and track & field teams during his time at Northwestern University. He was the leading scorer on his conference championship basketball team and a member of the state's top-ranked 4x100-meter relay team. In the 200-meter dash and 6.95 meters (22'8") in the long jump, he set a new personal record of 11.2 seconds in the 100-meter dash, 22.4 seconds in the 200-meter dash, and 22.4 seconds in the 200-meter dash.

West wanted to play college football after high school, but his low academic credentials and test results limited his opportunities. West attended Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Virginia, in order to pursue his aspirations of playing college football. He left after playing for a year due to the distance between him and his family. West's time at Fork Union Military Academy left him with no scholarship offers.

West was forced to miss a season due to NCAA regulations and auditioned for a college that would accept him as a transfer student after prep school. During this period, he sold shoes at a Jimmy Jazz clothing store to help his young son.

West wanted to play football at Clemson University but was refused because of poor SAT ratings. He was also recruited by the University of Maryland, but the team's interest wanted after Randy Edsall's appointment. West lost another shot at playing college basketball, this time for Morgan State University, due to a paperwork mistake. West eventually enrolled in Towson University after being in touch with head coach Rob Ambrose and finding the team's passion.


Terrance West Career

College career

West, as a true freshman, had a record-breaking season in 2011. The running backs helped Towson win the CAA Championship and a playoff berth, as well as rushing for a Towson freshman record 1,294 yards and 29 touchdowns. West will be voted the first-ever winner of the Jerry Rice Award in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).

West's sophomore season in 2012 saw a decrease in personal records and a decrease in wins for the team. He had 243 less yards and 15 less touchdowns than the season before, and the Tigers went 7-4, missing the playoffs. Throughout the season, West had consistent behavioral issues, most notable prior to their home game against eventual CAA champion Old Dominion. Before the game, West and coach Rob Ambrose had a verbal altercation that resulted in West's suspension from playing later that night. During the third quarter, West walked off the sideline and threatened to leave the team via social media the next day, only to return to the team next week.

West had a resurgent junior season in 2013, which included more records in dropping. He has 1,509 yards and 41 touchdowns in 16 games (Towson University and NCAA FCS records) on 413 attempts. His efforts helped the Tigers win their first match over an FBS competitor and the school's second straight playoff appearance. He was a finalist for the 2013 Walter Payton Award, placing third in the voting. In addition, West was instrumental in the Tigers' playoff victories at Eastern Illinois University and Eastern Washington University. The Tigers secured a spot in the 2013 National Championship Championship game in Frisco, Texas, against the North Dakota State University Bison, a game in which they would lose by a score of 35–7 to the defending champions.

West declared himself eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft on January 6, 2014.

Professional career

In the third round (94th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected West. West played 100 yards on 16 carries in his first NFL game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in his first NFL game against the Steelers, a 6.3-yard average. West finished the 2014 season as the Cleveland Browns' top rusher with 673 yards on 171 carries with four touchdowns.

West came home from Cleveland's 2015 preseason camp and immediately regained his position in the coaching staff's doghouse. Following the last preseason game in Chicago, the Browns decided against West, and the Browns traded West to the Tennessee Titans on September 6, 2015, for a conditional pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. On November 7, he was released. During his Titanic tenure, he was present in 2 games and inactive for two. He had 16 passes for 51 yards and two fumbles, double the number of fumbles he had during his rookie season with the Browns.

West was signed to the practice squad of his hometown team, the Baltimore Ravens, after losing starting running back Justin Forsett and back-up Lorenzo Taliaferro for the remainder of the season. He was called to the active roster on November 18, a change from November 18 to the regular roster. West appeared in his first game with the Ravens against his old club, the Cleveland Browns, on November 30.

West appeared in all 16 games in the regular season in 2016 and started 13 of them. In Week 4 against the Oakland Raiders, he had a breakout performance, throwing the ball 21 times for 113 yards and scoring his first rushing touchdown as a Raven. The Ravens would ultimately lose 28-27. He ran the ball 23 times for 87 yards and two touchdowns, while also scoring four passes for 36 yards, but the Ravens would lose 27-23. West had ten carries for 50 yards and a touchdown in week 13, along with three passes for 18 yards and a touchdown, in a 38-6 win. He had 193 attempts, 774 passing yards, and five rushing touchdowns in the season.

West also agreed to keep him under control for the 2017 season on May 8, 2017.

West played 19 times for 80 yards and scored one of the game's two touchdowns in the Cincinnati Bengals' season opener, defeating the Ravens 20-0. West ran eight times for 22 yards and a touchdown against his former team, the Browns, this week, while still intercepting two passes for 23 yards in the 24-10 victory. He appeared in only five games this year and finished with 138 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.

West signed with the New Orleans Saints on June 14, 2018. On August 21, 2018, he was first listed on August 21, 2018.