This post has been updated to reflect Evan Gregory’s addition to Maryland’s online roster.
Maryland football’s official roster has been updated to include the incoming class of freshmen, including what numbers they’re going to wear.
The seven freshmen and two junior college transfers who enrolled early over the winter have had their numbers for quite some time, and the annual reshuffling of numbers has already happened, leaving only a handful of numbers from which to choose.
While fairly simple, this is actually one of the most important moments of the offseason because, well, now we can all know who we’re watching on the field.
Without further ado, here are the summer enrollees and their roster information:
Maryland football 2018 summer enrollee roster info
Those paying extra close attention will notice that high-three star DeMatha offensive lineman Evan Gregory is not included. He is not listed on Maryland’s roster page, but we’ve confirmed this is just an oversight and there’s nothing to worry about. UPDATE: As of around 6:00 p.m., he’s there.
Some other important notes include:
- The addition of a walk-on quarterback. The Terps should be set under center with Kasim Hill, Tyrrell Pigrome, Max Bortenschlager, Tyler DeSue and Legend Brumbaugh, but they’ve added Brian Clarkin just in case. He was a dual-threat recruit from Caldwell, New Jersey.
- These guys are big. The average height and weight of the 25 newcomers is just over 6’2 and nearly 226 pounds.
- Offensive lineman Gabriel Matthews will wear No. 69. It’s nice to see that number make its return.
The most important number of them all is 39. That’s how many days are left between now and Sept. 1, when Maryland kicks off against Texas.