Maryland football has officially added another addition to its backfield, with three-star running back Antwain Littleton officially signed with the program Wednesday morning.
Littleton, who gave a verbal commitment to the Terps on Feb. 1, has a unique body for a running back at 6-foot, 265 pounds. He is Washington D.C. native and is a force to be reckoned with on the field and in the red zone.
The running back’s highlights prove he plays like anything other than little when he steps onto the field. He loves to initiate contact when he carries the ball and is very tough to bring down. His breakaway speed is very surprising for his weight, but Littleton’s ability to race and beat his opponents outside the numbers is a strength.
Littleton has a grade of 0.8664 and is ranked as the best running back signee out of the District, according to the 24/7 Sports Composite.
The St. John’s High School product will be joining this current teammates, four-star defensive tackle Taizse Johnson and another three-star running back in Colby McDonald, in College Park.
The Terps now have multiple running backs entering the program, adding more depth to a very young position group with Jake Funk graduating.
Due to Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) rules, Littleton won’t be able to enroll early.