... has earned
one varsity letter ... after his first season with the Raiders
he is already 19th on the school's all-time rushing list with
AS A FRESHMAN
third team All-America by the Football Gazette ...
Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... ECAC Rookie of the Year
... The Sports Network co-Rookie of the Year ... second team
all-Patriot League ... second team all-Northeast Region by the
Football Gazette ... received Colgate's Andy Kerr Trophy,
given annually to the most valuable offensive player ... the
first freshman in the 38-year history of the award to receive
the honor ... was Colgate's and Patriot League's
leading rusher with 320 carries for 1,364 yards and 10
touchdowns ... finished eighth in the nation with 124.0 yards
per game ... had eight games with 100 or more yards rushing, and
three games over 200 yards ... rushed for a freshman record 257
yards in win over Georgetown, which was the fifth best
single-game total in school history ... had 222 yards against
Holy Cross and 205 yards in the NCAA Division I-AA playoff game
against New Hampshire ... averaged the school record 29.0
carries per game ... set a school record of most yards gained in
two consecutive games with 462 - 257 vs. Georgetown and 205 vs.
New Hampshire ... his longest run was an 80-yard touchdown run
against New Hampshire -equaling the eighth longest in school
history ... had three rushing TD's against the Wildcats ...
caught 10 passes for 116 yards and one touchdown.
A 2005 graduate of DeMatha Catholic High School ... lettered
three years with the Stags ... played running back and
linebacker in his senior year ... served as captain ... second
team all-league and all-county ... honorable mention all-Met ...
team was league champions in his junior and senior seasons ...
named team's most valuable player ... coached by William
Major is undeclared ... parents are Mark Terry and Stacey
Scott-Hill ... born May 24, 1987 in Washington, D.C. ... has
three brothers and four sisters ... full name is Jordan William