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Reggie Terry is in his second season as assistant athletics director for football operations and player personnel at Boston College. Terry's duties include oversight and management of all aspects the football office operation. He is responsible for budgetary oversight, directing team travel and coordinating all player personnel recruiting matters. Additionally, Terry administers video, training and equipment staff needs and is intimately involved in coordination of on-campus recruiting.
Terry came to the Heights in March 2013 from the Arizona Cardinals where he served as the director of football administration for five seasons (2007-12).
There, he was responsible for management of all non-player budgets and oversight of the equipment room, training room, video and player development. Terry managed and facilitated all non-coaching football personnel searches, negotiated and managed all outside vendor contracts specific to football operations and oversaw all aspects of team travel and training camp logistics.
Additionally, Terry managed the day-to-day operation of the football office and worked closely with the scouting staff in talent evaluations of college players and free agents. He engaged in planning logistics for the scouting and coaching staff at the Senior Bowl, NFL Combine and NFL Draft. Terry was also involved in team planning and operations for Arizona's trip to Super Bowl XLIII.
Prior to joining Cardinals in June 2007, Terry spent 14 seasons at Syracuse University, serving the last seven years as Associate Athletic Director for Football Operations. With the Cardinals, Terry's responsibilities included budget planning, managing the day-to-day operations, managing player personnel matters and directing the team's travel.
Terry joined the Syracuse football staff in 2000 as the Director of Football Operations and Player Development and stayed in that position until being elevated to Associate Director of Athletics for Football Operations in 2006. At Syracuse, Terry was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the football program, team travel, the team's compliance with NCAA academic requirements, coordination of pro days, youth clinics and camps and an agent education program.
While at Syracuse, Terry helped organize bowl trips for the 2004 Champs Sports Bowl representing the Big East Conference as Co-Champions as well as the 2001 Insight.com Bowl. He joined the Syracuse staff in 2000 and remained with the university until 2007.
Prior to joining the Syracuse football program in 2000, Terry worked as a graduate assistant and administrative supervisor in the Orange athletic department from 1993-1999. He also worked as an intern with the New York Jets football operations department in 1997 before interning with the NFL's Management Council in 1998.
A linebacker at Syracuse (1989-93), Terry was a part of the school's bowl game victories in 1993 (Fiesta Bowl), 1992 (Hall of Fame Bowl), 1990 (Aloha Bowl), and 1989 (Peach Bowl).
A native of Hempstead, N.Y., Terry graduated from Syracuse in 1993 with degrees in both history and education. A two-time Big East Conference Academic All-Star, Terry also earned the Hitachi Promise of Tomorrow Scholarship. He received his Master's degree in 1994 in education, his C.A.S. in education leadership in 1999 and is currently working on his PhD in higher education at Syracuse.
Terry and his wife, Tamicka, have four children, Ryon, Reggie II, Regen, and Rory.