Terrence Metcalf

Clarksdale National Football League and college All-American football player, Terrence Metcalf.

Clarksdale born Terrence Orlando Metcalf had a distinguished career in both college and professional football.  He was an All-American from the University of Mississippi in nearby Oxford, MS, and he played for the Chicago Bears throughout his professional football career.

In school in Clarkdale, Terrence was a Parade Magazine high-school All-American.  His father and brother also played in the National Football League, and his son played football at the University of Mississippi as well.

At Ole Miss, Metcalf was a twice honored first-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) selection (2000, 2001).  He was also a second-team All-American selection (1999), and a consensus first-team All-American in 2001.

Terrence was a third-round draft selection for the Chicago Bears in 2002.  He played for seven years with the Bears and played in the 2006-07 Super Bowl.

Sign location:  Corner of Issaquena and E. 3rd St.
Sign Production: digital art by Richard Bolen
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