Teriall Brannon - Football - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#89 Teriall Brannon Season 2006-07


Class Freshman
Height 6'4"
Weight 230
Hometown Spartanburg, SC
High School Broome

Saw action in every game as reserve defensive end… For most of year platooned starters Broderick Stewart and Tim Fugger, and continued in position rotation when Steven Stone returned from injury to play last five games… Finished with single-season career high of 12 tackles, including four solo stops… Posted first career quarterback sack against Kentucky… Set game high in tackles (3) against Mississippi State… Also posted pair of tackles against Western Carolina, Ole Miss and Army.

Played in 12 of 13 games, seeing increased action in latter stages of season at defensive end… Earned first career start at defensive end in Music City Bowl victory over Boston College… Concluded season with three total tackles, including sharing a tackle for loss vs. Tennessee.

Played sparingly as a redshirt freshman end, seeing action only in win over Eastern Michigan… Credited with an assisted tackle vs. EMU.

Redshirted as a freshman… Participated as scout team defensive end, earning Defensive Scout of the Week honors after Georgia game.

High School
Team captain as senior for strong South Carolina AA program… Started three years at defensive end and tight end… Twice named All-State as TE… All-Region as senior… As TE, hauled in 21 receptions for 455 yards and five TDs; on defense, totalled 49 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 15 quarterback sacks, three forced fumbles and 10 deflected passes… Helped Centurions to playoffs in 2005 and to the AA state title in 2004… A two-year post starter for state[apos]s defending AA champion basketball squad…Currently averages 11 points, nine rebounds for No. 1 ranked AA team in state… Also lettered as triple jumper/thrower in track & field.

Teriall Marcu Moore Brannon… Son of Robert and Lesene Brannon… Has a twin brother, Jeriall… Also has an older sister, Latonia… Born and raised in Spartanburg area… An honors student who is active in student government… Close friends with former Commodore and current Chicago Bear cornerback D.J. Moore… Working toward a degree in Human and Organizational Development.