Ranks second among 2005 returning receivers with 33 career grabs.
2004: Saw action in all 11 games, including a pair of starts at wide receiver. Had a career-long 38-yard reception for a touchdown against Florida A&M (9/11), his lone TD of the season. Made two catches each against UAB (10/23), Houston (10/30) and Army (11/13). Snared a 26-yard catch in the win over Army. Blocked a punt in the end zone against East Carolina which was recovered for a touchdown by the Green Wave.
2003: Played in all 12 games and ranked fifth on the team with 19 catches for 253 yards with three touchdowns. Snared his first career touchdown on a 12-yard pass from J.P. Losman against Houston (10/11). Had a career-best 27-yard touchdown reception against Louisville (10/17), the longest play of his career. Had career-highs of four catches and 52 yards against Southern Miss (11/15). Also collected a TD pass against Navy (11/1).
2002: Saw action in six games for the Wave, tallying three receptions as a true freshman. Made his debut against Memphis (9/21) with two catches, including a career-best 12-yarder. Also had a seven-yard reception against UAB (10/19).
HIGH SCHOOL: Made the honorable mention list for the Louisiana 4A all-state team. Earned all-Metro, all-parish and all-district recognition as a senior. One of Louisiana's "Top 80" according to Louisiana Football Magazine and listed as one of The Times-Picayune's Top 55. Also earned all-district honors his junior season. As a senior, caught 45 passes for 750 yards and nine touchdowns. Grabbed 31 passes for 550 yards and 10 touchdowns his junior season. Named one of Louisiana's Top 45 by SuperPrep and was a member of their All-Southwest squad. Played receiver, defensive back, holder, punted, returned punts and served on the kickoff and return teams. Team advanced to the 4A state semifinals in 2001 and was the state champs his junior season. Two-year letterwinner in basketball. Two-time district MVP in baseball and a three-time all-district choice. Batted .403 with a 1.71 earned-run average on the mound as a senior after hitting .395 with a 1.30 ERA for his junior year.
PERSONAL: Victor Paul Terranova, Jr. Born May 23, 1983 in New Orleans. The son of Victor and Patti Terranova. Selected to the Times-Picayune's Athletic-Academic Honor Roll. Majoring in the humanities at Tulane.
Terranova's Career Receiving Stats