Terry Kirby

Terry Gayle Kirby (born January 20, 1970) is a former professional American football player who played ten seasons in the NFL from 1993 to 2002. A 6'1" running back from the University of Virginia, he is the brother of baseball player Wayne Kirby. Co Owner of Ultimate Sports Institute in Weston, Florida and now is a coach for the Weston Warriors.

Terry Kirby
No. 43, 41, 42
Position:Running Back
Personal information
Born:January 20, 1970 (age 49)
Hampton, Virginia
Height:6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight:225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school:Tabb (VA)
NFL Draft:1993 / Round: 3 / Pick: 78
Career history
Career highlights and awards
  • USA Today High School All-American (1988)
  • Parade All-American (1988)
Career NFL statistics
Total Yards:2,875
Rushing Touchdowns:27
Player stats at NFL.com

High school

Kirby played high school football at Tabb High School in York County, Virginia, leading his team to a state championship in 1987. He was selected to Parade's All-America team and the USA Today All-USA team after his senior year in 1988.[1][2] As of 2014, he holds the Virginia High School League records for most 100-yard rushing games, career (36), most consecutive 100-yard games (26), and career rushing attempts (995). He ranks fourth in career points scored, third in career touchdowns, and second in career rushing yards with 7,428. In 2007, he was inducted into the Virginia High School League Hall of Fame.[3]

Also a standout high school basketball player, his 2,246 career points rank 17th on the all-time VHSL scoring list. Participating in the 1988 Arby's Classic, he holds the tournament records for most field-goal attempts, game (33), and most field-goal attempts, tournament (105).[4]

College career

Kirby played running back for the University of Virginia from 1989-1992, finishing his career as the school's all-time leader in rushing yards (3,348), a mark that has since been eclipsed by Tiki Barber and Thomas Jones. He led the ACC in rushing in 1990 and 1992. He led his team in receptions his junior and senior seasons and ranks fifth in career all-purpose yards at UVA.[5]

Professional career

Kirby was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1993. His best year as a pro came during the 1996 season as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, when he started 10 games and rushed for 559 yards on 134 carries. He finished his NFL career with 2,875 rushing yards, 3,222 receiving yards and 43 total touchdowns (including three kickoff returns and one punt return for touchdown). He also completed 4 passes on 6 attempts in his career, with three touchdowns and no interceptions.[6]

Following his NFL career, Kirby worked as a personal trainer.[7]

Camp Wekeela

Kirby spends his summers working with children at Camp Wekeela. He dedicates his time to teach special programs like tackle football, strength and fitness and speed training.[8]


  1. ^ "Parade All-Americans". Tennessee Prep Football Database. Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  2. ^ "All-USA players: 1988". usatoday.com. Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Virginia High School League Book of Records" (PDF). Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  4. ^ "Arby's Classic". Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  5. ^ "2014 Virginia Football Fact Book" (PDF). Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  6. ^ "Terry Kirby Career Stats". nfl.com. Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  7. ^ "Terry Kirby". Ultimate Sports Institute and Fitness Center. Retrieved 25 October 2014.
  8. ^ "Camps: Camp-Wekeela". k12academics.com.
1990 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team

The 1990 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team consists of American football players chosen by various selectors for their All-Atlantic Coast Conference ("ACC") teams for the 1990 NCAA Division I-A football season. Selectors in 1990 included the Associated Press (AP).

Clemson led with seven players being named to the first team. Virginia followed with six first-team selections. The top three vote recipients all played for Virginia's offense: quarterback Shawn Moore and wide receiver Herman Moore, each with 164 points, and running back Terry Kirby with 162 points. Shawn Moore also received the award as the ACC's most valuable player of the 1990 season. Georgia Tech won the ACC championship, finished the season ranked No. 2 in the final AP Poll, and placed five players on the first team.

1990 Florida Citrus Bowl

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1991 Sugar Bowl

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1991 Virginia Cavaliers football team

The 1991 Virginia Cavaliers football team represented the University of Virginia during the 1991 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Cavaliers were led by 10th-year head coach George Welsh and played their home games at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia. They competed as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference, finishing in fourth. Virginia was invited to the Gator Bowl, where they lost to Oklahoma.

1992 Virginia Cavaliers football team

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1993 Miami Dolphins season

The 1993 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise's 28th season in the National Football League.

The season was marked by Don Shula passing George Halas's record for most wins, against the Philadelphia Eagles. Also, during the Week 5 game against Cleveland, quarterback Dan Marino ruptured his Achilles' tendon and was lost for the remainder of the season. Quarterback Scott Mitchell filled in for Marino, and was Player of the Month for October 1993. Mitchell, too, became injured, leaving the then 9–2 team in the hands of Doug Pederson and NFL veteran Steve DeBerg.

Rookie running back Terry Kirby led the team with 75 pass receptions, and free-agent acquisition Irving Fryar caught 64 passes for 1,010 yards.The Dolphins had a record of 9–2 on Thanksgiving Day, but lost their final five games of the season, missing the playoffs altogether. As for the 2018 NFL season the 1993 Miami Dolphins are only team to reach 9-2 and did not reach the playoffs.

1994 Miami Dolphins season

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1995 Miami Dolphins season

The 1995 Miami Dolphins season was the franchise's 30th season in the National Football League. This was coach Don Shula's last season as head coach before retiring. They lost the AFC Wild Card Playoffs to the Buffalo Bills 37-22.

1996 San Francisco 49ers season

The 1996 San Francisco 49ers season was the team's 51st since its inception. In commemoration, the 49ers wore a special 50th anniversary patch. They also wore a new uniform reminiscent of the 1994 throwback uniforms with white pants and shadowed numbers, but with a darker shade of red and an updated logo. The franchise tied for first place in the NFC West with a 12–4 record, but lost the division title to the Carolina Panthers on the division-record tiebreaker (the Panthers had swept the Niners in the season). The Niners were 3rd in the league in points scored and 4th in fewest points allowed.

Although the team was competitive the entire season, nagging and recurring injuries to offensive players and an inconsistent running game contributed to a what was considered a disappointing season. After a 14–0 Wild Card victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, the 49ers were defeated by the Green Bay Packers in the divisional playoffs 35–14. It would be George Seifert's final season as the 49ers' head coach and also the final San Francisco season for defensive coordinator Pete Carroll.

1998 San Francisco 49ers season

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The season saw the return of Jerry Rice, who missed most of 1997 with a major knee injury.

After defeating the Packers in the Wildcard round, thanks to a game-winning catch by young Terrell Owens, San Francisco's season ended with a defeat to the Atlanta Falcons the following week. The Falcons then defeated the 15–1 Minnesota Vikings in the title game, but they lost to the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl.

The Divisional round was Steve Young's final playoff appearance as he suffered a concussion in Week 3 of the next season, ending his 15-year NFL career.

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2012 - Max Browne, Skyline (Washington) QB

2011 – Johnathan Gray, Aledo (Texas) RB

2010 – Johnathan Gray, Aledo (Texas) RB (Jr.)

2009 – Dillon Baxter, Mission Bay (San Diego) QB-RB

2008 – Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis (Austin, Texas) QB

2007 – Jacory Harris, Northwestern (Miami) QB

2006 – Darren Evans, Warren Central (Indianapolis) FB

2005 – Matthew Stafford, Highland Park (Dallas) QB

2004 – Chase Daniel, Carroll (Southlake, Texas) QB

2003 – Jeff Byers, Loveland (Loveland, Colo.) OL-DL

2002 – Chris Leak, Independence (Charlotte, N.C.) QB

2001 – Vince Young, Madison (Houston) QB

2000 – Cedric Benson, Robert E. Lee (Midland, Texas) RB

1999 – D. J. Williams, De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) RB-LB

1998 – J. R. House, Nitro (Nitro, W. Va.) QB

1997 – Ronald Curry, Hampton (Va.) QB-RB

1996 – Travis Henry, Frostproof (Fla.) RB

1995 – Tim Couch, Leslie County (Hyden, Ky.) QB

1994 – Chris Redman, Male (Louisville, Ky.) QB

1993 – Peyton Manning, Newman (New Orleans) QB

1992 – James Allen, Wynnewood (Okla.) RB

1991 – Steven Davis, Spartanburg (S.C.) RB

1990 – Derrick Brooks, Washington (Pensacola, Fla.) LB

1989 – Robert Smith, Euclid (Ohio) RB

1988 – Terry Kirby, Tabb (Va.) RB

1987 – Carl Pickens, Murphy (N.C.) WR

1986 – Emmitt Smith, Escambia (Pensacola, Fla.) RB

1985 – Jeff George, Warren Central (Indianapolis) QB

1984 – Andre Rison, Northwestern (Flint, Mich.) WR-DB

1983 – Chris Spielman, Washington (Massillon, Ohio) LB

1982 – Rod Woodson, Snider (Fort Wayne, Ind.) WR-DB

1981 – Marcus Dupree, Philadelphia (Miss.) RB

1980 – Bill Fralic, Penn Hills (Pittsburgh) OL

1979 – Herschel Walker, Johnson County (Wrightsville, Ga.) RB

1978 – Eric Dickerson, Sealy (Sealy) RB

1977 – Marcus Allen, Lincoln (San Diego) QB-RB

1976 – Freeman McNeil, Banning (Wilmington, Calif.) RB

1975 – Charles White, San Fernando (San Fernando, Calif.) RB

1974 – Billy Sims, Hooks (Hooks, Texas) RB

1973 – Earl Campbell, John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) RB

1972 – Tony Dorsett, Hopewell (Aliquippa, Pa.) RB

1971 – Dave Logan, Wheat Ridge (Wheat Ridge, Colo.) WR

1970 – Pat Haden, Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.) QB

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Tabb High School is a public high school located in Tabb, an unincorporated community in southern York County, Virginia, United States. It is part of the York County School Division. The school opened in 1972 and is located near the site of one of the first land battles of the US Civil War, the Battle of Big Bethel.

Athletic teams compete in the Virginia High School League's AA Bay Rivers District in Region I. Historically, Tabb High School has been known for its football program, which was dominant in the early 1990s and produced two players for the NFL, Chris Slade and Terry Kirby.

Virginia Cavaliers football statistical leaders

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These lists are dominated by more recent players for several reasons:

Since 1946, seasons have increased from 10 games to 11 and then 12 games in length.

The NCAA didn't allow freshmen to play varsity football until 1972 (with the exception of the World War II years), allowing players to have four-year careers.

Bowl games only began counting toward single-season and career statistics in 2002. The Cavaliers have played in 6 bowl games since this decision, giving many recent players an extra game to accumulate statistics.These lists are updated through the end of the 2016 season.

Wayne Kirby

Wayne Leonard Kirby (born January 22, 1964) is an American former right fielder in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1991 to 1998. He was the outfield/base-running coordinator for the Texas Rangers until he agreed to become the first base coach. From 2011 to 2018, Kirby was the Baltimore Orioles first base and outfield coach. His younger brother is former NFL running back Terry Kirby.

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