Wake Forest athletes have a strong track record in community service and volunteer work and are encouraged to be an active part of the community from the moment they arrive on campus as freshmen. The football team is no different under Coach Jim Grobe.
That's why it's not surprising -- but is still noteworthy -- that senior wide receiver Terence Davis has been nominated for the 2012 Allstate Good Works Team. Davis volunteers every Sunday at the Winston-Salem Children's Home, participates in the Eat with the Deacs program, as well as the Wake and Shake marathon on the Wake Forest Campus to raise money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Fund.
The Good Works Team will be selected in September and honors 22 athletes (11 defense, 11 offense) for their work off the football field.
Davis anchors a Wake Forest receiving corps that includes standout Michael Campanaro and will be expected to provide a deep threat as well as valuable veteran leadership for what should be a potent Demon Deacons offense.