Terrell Lewis was born as Terrell Hall on 25th August 1998 in Washington, D.C.
He played his college football for the Alabama Crimson Tide as an outside linebacker. In his freshman year, he played eleven times, making eleven tackles and gaining one sack.
His sophomore year was something of a dud after he tore a ligament the season’s opener against Florida State. He missed ten games, returning for the final game of the season versus Auburn Tigers and the post-season. He finished the year with sixteen tackles and one sack.
Lewis suffered another injury leading into his junior year when he tore his ACL in training camp. However, he still managed to record 31 tackles, six sacks, sixteen quarterback hurries, two pass break-ups and a fumble recovery.
He opted not to play his senior year and instead entered the 2020 NFL Draft where he was selected 84th overall by the Los Angeles Rams. He was placed on the Covid-19 list on July 31st but has since been activated ready for the season opener if selected to play.