Overviewing Maryland's final few targets in the football recruiting finish.
Mike Locksley is officially official in Maryland. We take an in-depth look at how he could effect the 2012 recruiting class.
Sean Fitzpatrick committed to Maryland back in February and the Terrapin staff has been excited to get him on campus in 2010.
Now instead of coaching Fitzpatrick, they’ll be coaching against him. The 6-foot-6, 220-pound tight end from Pittsford (N.Y.) Mendon is no longer bound for College Park. Instead, he’s heading to Chapel Hill after switching over to the Tar Heels.
"I committed to North Carolina tonight," Fitzpatrick confirmed late Thursday evening in an interview with Rivals.com. "I’ve kind of had it in my mind that UNC is the right place for me for about two weeks or so. I talked with my coach and my family about it and I prayed about it a lot. It was a tough decision so I factored all that in.
Cheeseboro is one of those wide receivers that does many things well and is extremely reliable and productive as both an outside and inside receiver. He has adequate size and lean build. Displays good burst off the line and very good top end speed for the position. Gets into routes quickly. He has a knack for getting deep and running by DB's that do not respect his top end speed. Is also a solid route runner both inside and out in the short and intermediate passing game. Is precise and does a nice job breaking off sharp cuts and is able to create separation at the top of the stem on option, comebacks, digs and curl routes. He shows consistent, quality hands with a willingness to go over the middle. Tucks quickly and consistently extends away from his frame to haul in passes. Has flashed the ability to make catches in traffic and when covered. While Cheeseboro makes plays and is reliable, he is not necessarily sudden or explosive in the open field. After the catch if he gets a seam he can make some things happen, but when in a short area he does not always show the change-of-direction necessary to make people miss consistently. Takes some time to gather when putting together moves in the open field. As a result, he may not make as many plays after the catch at the next level as he does here. Cheeseboro is a good prospect and you know what you are going to get from him play-to-play.