Position
Offensive Guard
Height
6'4
Weight
324 lbs.
Class
Senior
Hometown
Miami, Fla.
High School
Miami-Norland HS

Updated 4/13/06

LSU CAREER
Part-time starter on the offensive line during his four years with the Tigers … Did not have a redshirt freshman season as he saw action in 5 games as a true freshman in 2002 … In all, played in 40 games, starting 10 times.

SENIOR SEASON (2005)
Key backup on the offensive line who was thrust into starting duty when Will Arnold was injured late in the year … Played in al 13 games in 2003, starting 5 times … Started 5 of LSU’s final 6 games at left guard … Saw first start of season in win over Appalachian State … Kept starting role through the Georgia contest … Played a total of 335 snaps from scrimmage with 6 pins and 31 knockdowns.

JUNIOR SEASON (2004)
Played in 11 games with 5 starts for the Tigers in 2004 … Goes into senior season with 22 appearances and 5 starts … In 2004, started 4 games at left guard and 1 game at right guard … In 491 plays from scrimmage, called for 2 penalties, while allowing 3 sacks … Recorded 3 pancakes to go with 36 knockdown blocks … Had 10 knockdowns in consecutive games against Ole Miss and Arkansas … Did not play against Florida.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2003)
Versatile lineman who played both the guard and tackle positions for the Tigers in 2003 … Saw action in 11 games, all in a backup role … Missed the first three games of the season with a bruised kidney, which he suffered in the final scrimmage of fall camp … Saw action on 268 plays, 41 on special teams, and did not allow a sack and was called for only one penalty … Recorded six pancake blocks and 17 knockdowns … Saw extensive action vs. South Carolina (36 plays) and Louisiana Tech (49 plays).

FRESHMAN SEASON (2002)
Played in five games as a true freshman after an outstanding high school career at Miami-Norland … Listed as LSU’s No. 2 left tackle … Saw action on 46 plays in 2002, including a season-high of 28 against Louisiana-Lafayette.

HIGH SCHOOL
One of the top offensive line prospects in the state of Florida … Rated by the Miami-Herald as the No. 10 prospect in the Miami area … Named to the Orlando Sentinel Top 100 for Florida … First Team All-State selection … Played in the Florida vs. California All-Star game … Coached by Nigel Dunn.

PERSONAL
Full name is Terrell Devon McGill … Born on Nov. 24, 1983, in Miami, Fla. … Mother is Constance McGill … Has one sister, Tu’Kira and one brother, James … Majoring in general studies.

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