Maryland football has another player on lock for this year’s recruiting class. Three-star cornerback Tarheeb Still signed with the Terps Wednesday morning after committing to the school back in June.
Standing at 6’0, 175 pounds, Still is part of a strong defensive back class that will replenish Maryland’s depth at the position. He ranks as the No. 60 cornerback in the county and No. 18 prospect in his home state of New Jersey. The Timber Creek High School standout chose the Terps over a field of 23 offers, including UCF, West Virginia, Baylor and Boston College.
Still, out of Sicklerville, New Jersey, had himself quite a senior season, both on the offensive and defensive side of the ball. Though not recruited as a wide receiver, Still was a threat on offense as he ended the year as the school’s season record holder in receiving yards.
71 Catches 1541 yards.... not just a corner! pic.twitter.com/cR0Rs0ffd6— (@tarheebstill21_) November 28, 2019
During his career at Timber Creek, Still totaled five interceptions, three of which came in his senior season. He also had 36 tackles in his 11-game final season, averaging 3.3 per game. On the other side of the ball, Still added 13 touchdowns to his record 1,541 yards on 71 receptions.
After the season, Still was selected First Team All-South Jersey by the Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club, the Touchdown Club of South Jersey and the Jersey Sports Zone All Zone, per his head coach Rob Hinson.
Since his commitment on June 19, Still used an official visit at UCF in December, but still put ink to paper to become the newest member of the Terps 2020 class on Wednesday.