Terron Armstead

Professional athlete

Miami Dolphins

Terron Armstead is an All-Pro left tackle in the NFL. Before entering his professional career, Terron started for the Cahokia High School football team in Cahokia, Illinois all four years, leading the team in 2009 to its best season in the school’s history. He was also the captain of the school’s track and field team and won an Illinois state championship in shot put. During his college career at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Terron was a 4-year starting left tackle for the Golden Lions football team and a 9-time track conference champion and All American. Mr. Armstead has been recognized for his physical capacity and capabilities on several occasions. He was selected for the NFL Pro-Bowl in 2018 and 2019, and was honored for his work off the field in 2019 when he was named the New Orleans Saints Walter Payton Man of the Year.