As the summer rolls on, our summer preview of every Maryland football position group continues. This week, we looked at the Terps’ offensive line. If you missed any of it, we’ve put everything in one place.
Profiles in Terpage
Monday: junior Derwin Gray is ready to take over as Maryland’s left tackle
(feat. redshirt freshman Brian Plummer, freshman Tyran Hunt)
Tuesday: senior Sean Christie could be the answer for Maryland football at left guard
(feat. redshirt freshman Richard Merritt, redshirt sophomore Ellis McKennie)
Wednesday: junior center Brendan Moore can anchor Maryland football’s offensive line
(feat. McKennie, freshman Johnny Jordan)
Thursday: sophomore Terrance Davis can solidify himself as Maryland’s right guard of the present and future
(feat. McKennie, redshirt sophomore Will McClain)
Friday: junior right tackle Damian Prince is one of Maryland’s few sure things entering 2017
(feat. freshman Jordan McNair, freshman Marcus Minor)
A closer look
Monday: Welcome to Offensive Line Week
A brief intro to what should be one of the Terps’ strongest position groups.
Thursday: Who’s the best offensive lineman in Maryland history?
Kevin Glover takes the honors, edging out Stan Jones.
Friday: Maryland’s success recruiting offensive linemen is starting to translate to the field
The Terps enter this season with six blue-chip recruits on the line, and two more are already committed in the 2018 cycle.
Next up: Defensive Line Week!