AFL NOTES: With one-year of af2 (Quad City Steamwheelers) football under his belt, Terrance Dotsy will be making the jump to the AFL with the Desperados. Dotsy is a big lineman that saw time on both sides of the ball in college, giving him a solid base for the indoor game. In Dallas, he will be reunited with former Quad City head coach and current Dallas offensive coordinator Rich Ingold.
OTHER PRO EXPERIENCE: 2004 – After graduating from Cal-Berkeley, Dotsy joined the Quad City Steamwheelers June 18 (11 games into the season) and made an immediate impact, recording 4.5 tackles, one for a loss, one sack, four pressures and a forced fumble. He added a 10-yard catch on offense.
COLLEGE: 2002 – As a senior, Dotsy made the switch to defensive end but tore the MCL in his knee and did not play. 2001 – As a junior, he played in 11 games at tight end and caught three passes for 26 yards. 2000 – Dotsy saw limited action in his first year of football at Cal after transferring from Ventura Junior College. 1999 – As a freshman at Ventura JC, Dotsy earned Western State Conference honors and the team’s Freshman of the Year award after finishing third in receiving.
PERSONAL: Dotsy was a three-year starter at defensive end at Santa Clara, CA, High School. He also started for the school’s basketball team in the state championship game as a senior and played three seasons as a pitcher and first baseman on the baseball squad.