Maryland football wide receiver Jacob Copeland will play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Jan. 28, 2023, the organization announced via Twitter on Tuesday.
BUILT DIFFERENT @JCope1era played for Florida for his first four years and @TerpsFootball in his last season, where he put up 376 yards on 26 receptions with two touchdowns.— The NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (@NFLPABowl) December 27, 2022
#NFLPABowl | #Path2Pasadena | #TBIA pic.twitter.com/TFDFQaWwPc
Similar to the Reese’s Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine Bowl, both of which other Terps are participating in, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl is a postseason collegiate all-star game and NFL draft showcase. This year’s game will take place at the iconic Rose Bowl and will air on NFL Network.
Following four years at Florida, Copeland committed to Maryland on Dec. 24, 2021. In 12 games as a Terp, Copeland hauled in 26 receptions for 376 yards and two touchdowns. He also returned eight kicks this past fall and was at times an impact player on special teams. In 2021 at Florida, he was the Gators’ leading receiver with 41 receptions for 642 yards and four touchdowns.
On Nov. 30, Copeland announced his decision to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft and opt out of the Terps’ bowl game.
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Maryland football is enjoying its time in Charlotte and took a trip to the Charlotte Motor Speedway ahead of Friday’s Duke’s Mayo Bowl against NC State.
We wanna go fast— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) December 27, 2022
Watching football players go 170 MPH = entertaining pic.twitter.com/7kl6UhWg60
Maryland women’s basketball shared a clip of one of its drills, which focuses on out-of-position rebounding.
Drill of the Week: Numbers Rebounding— Maryland Women’s Basketball (@TerpsWBB) December 27, 2022
In this week’s drill, the emphasis is on making contact and rebounding out of position. The players start the drill by rotating in a circle. The assistant coach shoots the , aiming to miss. pic.twitter.com/84Kr297zqN
Maryland women’s soccer shared a video of its players answering the fun question of which sport they would compete in in the Winter Olympics.
Which Winter Olympic sport would you compete in pic.twitter.com/AFwmrO08Eb— Maryland W. Soccer (@TerpsWSoccer) December 27, 2022
Maryland women’s lacrosse reminisced with a highlight of a goal from Hannah Leubecker in this past season’s Final Four.