The 2016 season was the third season for Terrell Cloud as an assistant coach at Weber State. Cloud, a former WSU player, coached the cornerbacks for the Wildcats.
In 2016, Cloud helped lead Weber State to a 7-5 record, a third-place finish in the Big Sky Conference and WSU’s first trip to the FCS Playoffs in seven years. Weber State led the conference in passing defense in 2016.
The Wildcats led the Big Sky in total defense in 2015 and finished the season 6-5 overall and 5-3 in Big Sky play, WSU’s first winning season in five years.
Cloud, a native of San Diego, joined the WSU program in the spring of 2014. He played four years of football at Weber State from 2005-08. He originally signed with the Wildcats in 2004 and sat out the season as a redshirt. He played four years at cornerback under head coach Ron McBride for the Wildcats. He appeared in 42 career games with the Wildcats and totaled 108 tackles with 16 pass breakups and three interceptions.
During his senior season of 2008, he started in nine games and was a part of the Wildcat team that finished 10-4, one of the best records in WSU history. Weber State won the Big Sky title that season and advanced to the second round of the FCS Playoffs.
Following his playing days, Cloud became an assistant coach at his alma mater high school. He coached two seasons at Mission Bay High School in San Diego, where he coached the cornerbacks.
Cloud graduated from Weber State in 2010 with a degree in Telecommunications. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Professional Communication at Weber State.