Terenn Houk Athlete Profile

#11 Terenn Houk

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-5 Weight: 225 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2011-2015 Hometown: Enumclaw, WA Last School: Enumclaw High School



Conference Honors


Career Summary

Terenn Houk came to BYU from Enumclaw High School in Washington. He lettered all four years while playing in a total of 38 games and starting in 17. As a senior Houk became one of five BYU receivers with more than 450 yards and 35 receptions and was fourth on the team in receiving yards. He tallied a total of 739 yards on 60 receptions (12.3 average) and four touchdowns during his career. He scored BYU's first two-point conversion since 2011 against TCU as a senior before being named to an All-Independent second team. Note season summaries and stats below for more information. 

Personal

  • Majoring in civil engineering

Before BYU

  • Played in the second annual Polynesian All-American Classic game at Cathedral High School in Los Angeles
  • Coached by Grant Peterson at Enumclaw High School
  • Also played basketball


2011 | Redshirt Year

  • Member of the scout team

2012 | Freshman Year

  • Earned letternan honors
  • Played in five games at receiver and tight end

2013 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in nine games and started two
  • Caught two passes for eight yards

2014 | Junior Year

  • Earned letterman honors as a junior
  • Played in 12 games, starting four
  • Caught 21 passes for 241 yards on the season
  • Season-high four catches for 58 yards and his first career touchdown at Connecticut

2015 | Senior Year

  • Recorded career highs against UConn with six receptions and 129 receiving yards
  • Scored BYU's first two-point conversion since 2011 vs. TCU. Also caught his third receiving touchdown of the season against Fresno State
  • Had six catches for 68 yards in the Las Vegas Bowl against Utah
  • One of five BYU receivers with 450+ yards and 35+ receptions
  • Finished the season with 37 receptions for 490 yards and two TDs
  • Earned letterman honors as a senior
  • Played in 12 games, starting 11
  • Named to Phil Steele's Postseason All-Independent Second Team