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Drew Terrell enters his fourth season in the NFL and his second as a member of Washington's staff in 2021. He served as the team's assistant wide receivers coach in 2020 before being promoted to wide receivers coach on Feb. 5, 2021.
He served as a quality control coach with the Carolina Panthers from 2018-19 and broke down opponent game film and presented statistical analysis to identify opponent tendencies as well as assisted the offensive coaching staff in game plan preparation.
Terrell contributed to a Panthers offense that totaled 5,972 total yards on offense in 2018, which was the second-highest mark in franchise history. That season, Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey set numerous franchise records and earned AP Second-Team All Pro honors while G Trai Turner was named to his fourth-consecutive Pro Bowl.
Terrell joined the Panthers after three season at the University of Michigan (2015-17), where he was an offensive graduate assistant. He worked with the wide receivers and returners his first two seasons, and the cornerbacks and returners in his final season. Terrell coached two receivers who were selected in the 2017 NFL Draft as Amara Darboh was chosen by Seattle in the third round and Jehu Chesson was chosen by Kansas City in the fourth round.
Terrell was an offensive graduate assistant coach at Virginia Tech in 2014 and worked with wide receivers Cam Phillips and Isaiah Ford, who rank first and second in Virginia Tech's all-time record books in receptions and receiving yards, respectively.
TERRELL FOOTBALL TIMELINE
- 2021: Wide Receivers Coach, Washington Football Team
- 2020: Assistant Wide Receivers Coach, Washington Football Team
- 2018-19: Offensive Quality Control, Carolina Panthers
- 2015-17: Graduate Assistant, Michigan
- 2014: Offensive Graduate Assistant, Virginia Tech
- 2009-12: Wide Receiver/Punt Returner, Stanford