A walk-on who was a reserve tailback and special teams performer ... was hampered by injuries through much of his career ... performed well at tailback when called upon and was one of the team's top scout team perfomers ... showed a good burst and some power ... posted the third-highest strength index (750) on the team last spring ... ran a 4.64 in the 40-yard dash while recording a 420-pound bench and 630-pound squat.
2006 (Senior): Played in three games all on special teams, including the Champs Sports Bowl vs. Purdue ... also saw action vs. Boston College and Wake Forest ... the Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year.
2005 (Redshirt Junior): Did not play because of an injury.
2004 (Junior): Redshirt season.
2003 (Sophomore): Earned a varsity letter at Kings College in Wilkes Barre, Pa. ... rushed 85 times for 418 yards (4.9 avg.), second most on the team ... also posted six rushing TDs.
2002 (Freshman): Started college career at La Salle University in Philadelphia, Pa. ... lettered at linebacker and tailback ... coached at La Salle by Phil Longo.
High School: Three-time letterwinner at John Carroll High School in Bel Air, Md. ... played nine games at tailback his senior year, rushing for 1,622 yards and 24 touchdowns and averaging 8.9 yards a carry ... threw for 450 yards and eight touchdowns and ran for 900 yards and four touchdowns as a QB his junior year ... was named first-team all-county and selected to the All-Met second team by the Washington Post ... became a member of the Super 22 Baltimore Touchdown Club and the Big 33 Team ... team captain ... helped Carroll become 2001 MIAA "B" Conference champions ... also lettered in baseball, track and field and rugby ... high school coach was Sean Ireton.
Personal: Terence Callahan was born January 22, 1984 ... parents are Teresa and Terry Callahan ... graduated in Dec. 2006 with a degree in criminology.