2012 (SENIOR):Stanford's leading wide receiver enjoyed a breakout final season, starting 11 games and playing in all 14...posted career highs of 463 yards and four touchdowns on 33 receptions...converted all 13 of his third-down receptions this season for first downs...ranked 17th nationally with 12.1 yards/punt return, the seventh-best season in Stanford history...Had two catches for 20 yards against Wisconsin in a Rose Bowl victory while also completing a 34 yard pass...caught game-tying 26-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter on third-and-15 against UCLA in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game, finishing with 70 yards on four receptions...hauled in two catches for 11 yards and one touchdown six days earlier at UCLA...had three punt returns for 100 yards vs. Duke, including a 76-yard touchdown in the first quarter...added a receiving touchdown against the Blue Devils with a 19-yard catch in the third quarter...became the first player to collect both a receiving touchdown and punt return score in the same game since Troy Walters in 1997 against Washington State...pulled in two receptions for 45 yards in the Big Game at Cal, along with three punt returns for 53 yards (long of 37)...made a pair of catches for 24 yards at Oregon...grabbed three receptions for 58 yards in the overtime win vs. Arizona...had three receptions for 36 yards vs. Oregon State...caught three balls for 42 yards at Colorado...posted two receptions for 35 yards vs. Washington State...recorded 37 yards on three receptions at Notre Dame...selected to play in 2013 Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention as a returner...recipient of the team's Phil Moffat Special Teams Award, along with Jarek Lancaster and Daniel Zychlinski.
2011 (JUNIOR): Primary punt returner who took on a larger role in Stanford's passing game...caught a career-high eight passes for 81 yards, including his first career touchdown against Washington...earned honorable mention all-conference honors as a return specialist after leading the Pac-12 in punt return average at 12.0 (18-216)...had a career-long punt return of 42 yards against San Jose State in the season opener...broke loose for 31-yard return against Colorado...had one return for 32 yards at USC...caught a season high three passes for 26 yards at Oregon State...first career touchdown reception came on a five-yard pass from Luck at the 3:44 mark of the second period that gave the Cardinal a 31-14 lead after the PAT.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection as a punt returner...averaged 12.2 yards on 18 returns (219 yards)...showed big-play potential with four returns of over 25 yards vs. Arizona (27), at Arizona State (34), at Cal (32) and vs. Virginia Tech (25)...also caught two passes for 11 yards.
2009 (FRESHMAN): One of five true freshmen to see action...saw action in 10 games and had one reception for two yards...caught his only pass against San Jose State for a two-yard gain...had 11 punt returns for 71 yards (6.5), including a long of 22 against Arizona State.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Hamilton High School in Chandler, Ariz. ...played for head coach Steve Bellis...rated as the 43rd-best wide receiver prospect in the nation by Scout.com...listed as the 10th-best overall recruit in Arizona and top receiver by Rivals.com...had 70 catches and accounted for 1,400 yards of total offense as a senior...earned first team All-Fiesta Region honors as a wide receiver and punt returner...also garnered first team all-state honors...earned second team All-Fiesta Region second team honors as a junior after catching 49 passes for 822 yards and seven touchdowns...first team All-Fiesta Region and all-state selection as a kickoff and punt returner following his junior season...helped Hamilton to three regional championships and two 5A Division I state titles...also lettered in track...parents are Marcus and Marilee Terrell...oldest of three children...hobbies include all sports, traveling, water sports and fishing...born in Mesa, Ariz....full name is Andrew Devon Terrell...majoring in political science.
Terrell's Career Highs Receiving Receptions: 3 at Oregon State, 2011 Receiving Yards: 14 vs. Oregon, 2011 TD Receptions: 1 vs. Washington, 2011 Longest Reception: 14 vs. Oregon, 2011 Punt Returns Punt Returns: 4 twice; last at Washington, 2010 Punt Return Yards: 61 vs. San Jose State, 2011 Longest Punt Return: 42 vs. San Jose State, 2011 Punt Returns for TDs: None