Terry Price Obituary

Terry Price Obituary- Texas A&M Mourns the Loss of Ideal Coach

Terry Price, Texas A&M’s defensive line coach, passed away on June 23, 2023. When he passed away, he was 55 years old. His cause of deἀth is yet unknown. Price, a former defensive line coach at Texas A&M who spent 28 years in the SEC, returned to his alma mater in 2012 under Kevin Sumlin and remained under current head coach Jimbo Fisher.

Terry Price Obituary

The specifics of Terry Price’s funeral are unknown because his obituary has not been made public. Price also influenced the football field; he was well-liked by his teammates, players, and the community.

Following the news of Terry Price’s deἀth, Texas A&M issued the following tweet:

“A legend on the playing field and the sidelines, it is with heavy hearts we mourn the loss of Terry Price and offer our deepest condolences to Coach Price’s family and friends.”

Other coaches, former players, and supporters expressed similar feelings about his passing. Price’s wife, Kenya, and their two sons, Alexander and Devin, were left to continue without him after his unexpected deἀth.

The family found solace in Devin’s pursuit of football, which was motivated by his late father. Before transferring to Florida Atlantic University this past offseason, he played for the Aggies for three years.

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In the SEC, a Distinguished Coaching Career

Before returning to Texas A&M, Price spent ten seasons at Auburn (1999-2008) and two stints at Ole Miss (1995-98 and 2009-11). He was a well-known defensive line coach in the Southeastern Conference.

He served as Jimbo Fisher’s assistant before Kevin Sumlin took over. The Aggies’ defensive line greatly benefited from Price’s coaching experience, which allowed them to top the SEC in defense in 2020 and finish fourth overall.

Terry Price Obituary
Terry Price Obituary

Rivals.com and 247Sports.com named Price the No. 12 overall recruiter in the country in 2014, recognizing him as a standout recruiter. He successfully recruited five-star defensive linemen Myles Garrett (2014), DeMarvin Leal (2019),  Daylon Mack (2015), and Justin Madubuike (2016), making a huge contribution to the team’s success.

His influence on the Aggies was apparent. He is notable for working with Quentin Groves, who owns the record for most sacks in Auburn history.

NFL Player Price, an All-Southwest Conference Selection

Price played for the Aggies in football for four years, from 1986 to 1989. As a senior, he was named to the All-Southwest Conference team and was recognized as an honorable mention All-American by The Sporting News.

He won two conference championships and led the Aggie defensive line in tackles both as a junior and a senior. He spent two seasons in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins before returning to Aggieland in 1992 to finish his undergraduate work.

Coach Slocum’s staff was where Terry started as a volunteer football coach. Follow us on CountyCurrent.com to get the most recent information on what’s happening locally, deἀth news, causes of deἀths, autopsy reports, and obituaries of deceἀsed people.