|High School:||Central HS|
PERSONAL — Born Terence Marez Scott on Sept. 25, 1986 in Macon, Ga. Parent: Terri Robinson. Family: Four sisters and one brother. High School (Coach): Central (Joel Helton) 2005. Junior College (Coach): College of the Canyons (Chuck Lyon) 2007. Major: Sociology.
2008 — Honorable mention all-Pac-10 ... Won the Dudley Clarke Memorial Award as the team’s most improved player ... Oregon’s leading receiver, ranked sixth in the Pac-10 in receiving yards (57.8 avg.) ... Career highs of eight catches and 125 yards in Holiday Bowl win vs. Oklahoma State ... Averaged 101.7 yards receiving over his final three college games, including 93 yards and a TD at Oregon State and 87 yards and one score vs. Arizona ... Had the Pac-10’s season-high for the longest reception with a 76-yard TD against the Beavers ... Made six grabs for 117 yards in the season opener vs. Washington, including a 60-yard TD ... Had 95 all-purpose yards vs. Utah State, highlighted by a 51-yard rushing touchdown on his first career carry ... Both of his catches against Stanford (28 yards) occurred during the game’s final two minutes and contributed to Oregon’s 74-yard game-winning drive ... Rushed nine times for 128 yards (14.2 avg.) ... Started all 13 games.
2007 — Injuries to the receiving corps cancelled plans to redshirt his first season, and his own physical ailments hampered his continuity ... Stepped onto the field for five games the latter half of the season and made catches in one of them ... Caught two passes for 4 yards in six plays against USC in addition to taking part in 17 snaps vs. both Arizona State and South Florida.
BEFORE OREGON — Ranked among the top six junior college wide receivers in the country by SuperPrep and was included on the publication’s JUCO 100 ... Awarded four stars by both Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Led the Cougars in receiving each of his two seasons at the JC level as well as paced the Western State Conference in receptions as a sophomore ... Grabbed 65 passes for 995 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2006, in addition to returning 13 kickoffs for 371 yards (28.5 avg.) ... Totals tied for third in California in receptions and ranked third in receiving yards as he accounted for 100 receiving yards or more on six of 10 occasions ... Single-game bests included 14 catches for 172 yards and one score against Moorpark College as well as 10 receptions for 166 yards and four kickoff returns for another 162 yards vs. Valley College ... Also second on the team in scoring (66 points) as he posted touchdowns in nine games ... Averaged 141.0 all-purpose yards per outing while his lone pass attempt as a sophomore resulted in a 36-yard scoring strike vs. Ventura College ... Credited with 33 catches for 682 yards and six TDs in 2005 ... A three-sport athlete in high school, also ran track and played basketball.