2019-2020 Maryland Terrapins Football Hype Video | OFFENSIVE SKILL POSITIONS

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  • Published on Jul 22, 2019
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    Football season is right around the corner, which means the Terps and their fans are gearing up for another season in the Big Ten Conference. However, this season feels different. With the addition of coach Mike Locksley and his staff, as well as many talented freshmen and transfers coming in, combined with the loaded amount of returning talent, College Park is buzzing. This video focuses on the offensive skill positions. You can read more about them in the comment section.
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  • GFilms HD
    GFilms HD  2 months ago +4

    QUARTERBACKS:
    #17 Josh Jackson, 6'1" 215 LBS
    Jackson transfers from Virginia Tech after an injury shortened season. He had the most successful Freshman season by a QB in school history, finishing with 2,991 yards, 20 TDs, and 324 yards and 6 TDs on the ground
    #3 Tyrrell Pigrome, 5'11" 205 LBS
    Few quarterbacks in college football possess the speed and arm talent that Pigrome does. With track speed and a rocket for an arm, Pigrome is always a threat.
    #18 Max Bortenschlager, 6'3" 220 LBS
    Bortenschlager has seen quite a bit of action for the Terps, and has shown what he's capable of doing behind center. With 12 total touchdowns to his name, Bortenschlager is no doubt a talented QB for Maryland.
    #13 Tyler Desue, 6'1" 217 LBS
    Desue has made quite the impression over the summer, winning Spring Game MVP and flashing his talent throughout camp. The Virginia native is still just a redshirt freshman, but he's already making noise at the QB position.
    #4 Lance LeGendre, 6'2" 205 LBS
    One of the gems of the Terps' 2019 class. LeGendre may not see the field right away as he continues to develop, but with his unreal arm talent combined with his eye-popping athleticism, it's no wonder Mike Locksley made him a priority.
    #11 Donny Sanders, 6’6” 235 LBS
    The former basketball center should give the Terps a great look on scout team this year, as he is a big, strong QB.
    #22 Eric Najarian, 6’4” 195 LBS
    The DeMatha grad chose to walk on to Maryland, who welcomes him with open arms. The Crofton native won 27 games in his three years as starting QB at the powerhouse school.
    RUNNING BACKS:
    #5 Anthony McFarland Jr, 5’8” 193 LBS
    Not only is he one of the best running backs in the conference, but McFarland is earning his national recognition as well. 1,034 yards as a redshirt freshman will get you that.
    #20 Javon Leake, 6’0” 210 LBS
    When Javon Leake gets the ball, he is probably going to score. His explosiveness out of the backfield and in the return game makes him one of the most dangerous players in college football.
    #8 Tayon Fleet-Davis, 5’11” 226 LBS
    Every good backfield needs its bruiser, and Fleet-Davis is exactly that for Maryland. His six touchdowns last year were second on the team.
    #2 Lorenzo Harrison III, 5’8” 198 LBS
    He’s baaaaack. Following an injured season, the explosive RB returns to Maryland looking to continue where he left off, juking defenders out of their shoes. His ability to make guys miss makes him a major weapon for the Terps.
    #34 Jake Funk, 5’11” 202 LBS
    Funk may have missed most of last year, but he’s ready to go this season. With 7 TDs out of the backfield and special teams stardom, Funk is a major contributor.
    WIDE RECEIVERS:
    #6 Jeshaun Jones, 6’2” 190 LBS
    It was quite the freshman year for Jeshaun Jones, who made time to throw for a touchdown, run for a touchdown, and catch a touchdown (all in the same game). His 5 receiving touchdowns were the most by a freshman since Stefon Diggs, and Jones’ abilities are reminiscent to the Vikings star.
    #1 DJ Turner, 5’9” 203 LBS
    Turner leads the way for the young receiving core. He has the hands, speed, and toughness to be a major problem for defenses in his Senior season.
    #7 Dontay Demus, 6’4” 202 LBS
    Demus has all the tools to be a star, and he flashed his talent last year. Entering his Sophomore year, the expectations are high for the 6’4” receiver.
    #21 Darryl Jones, 6’3” 181 LBS
    Jones showed his talent as a freshman, and now in year two the former 4 star recruit is ready to take off. He should be a big part of the offense this year.
    #15 Brian Cobbs, 6’1” 203 LBS
    Showcasing his big-play ability ability as a freshman, Cobbs is young, exciting WR for the Terps that should have an even larger role this season.
    #14 Tahj Capehart, 5’10” 193 LBS
    Injuries may have blocked the road to success thus far for Capehart, but those who know him know what he’s about. Capehart has a ton of talent and could be one of the major contributors this year, and moving forwards.
    #85 Sean Nelson, 6’0” 180 LBS
    Whether lined up at receiver or on special teams, Nelson has the talent to make things happen for Maryland.
    #10 Jayden Comma, 6’2” 210 LBS
    With good skills and size, Comma will contribute to the Terps either at receiver or on special teams.
    #19 MJ Jarrell, 6’1” 188 LBS
    Jarrell is a young receiver with a ton of potential. His talent will show in an elite receivers room.
    #83 Carlos Carriere, 6’4” 184 LBS
    With good size and 21 high school touchdowns to his name, Carriere has the talent to make things happen on the field. He played on special teams last year, and could have a larger role this year.
    #26 Justin Brown, 6’5” 190 LBS
    The 6’5” former basketball player is an intriguing name to watch this year. His ability to make contested catches shined in high school.
    #84 Chris Jones, 6’2” 190 LBS
    The former DeMatha star reunites with coach Elijah Brooks for his Senior year. Jones has the talent and experience to make some noise.
    #82 Isaiah Hazel, 6’1” 190 LBS
    One of the biggest names in the Terps’ 2019 class, Hazel was ranked as the best offensive player in Maryland this
    past season. He projects to be a huge part of the offense, as early as this year.
    #16 Dino Tomlin, 6’0” 160 LBS
    Son of Mike Tomlin, nephew of former Maryland captain Ed Tomlin. His 19 touchdowns as a Senior and blazing speed make him a major part of this offense moving forwards.
    TIGHT ENDS:
    #9 Chigoziem Okonkwo, 6’2” 235 LBS
    A successful freshman year included 3 rushing touchdowns and 1 receiving touchdown. “Chig” should continue his electrifying style next season.
    #81 Tyler Mabry, 6’3” 265 LBS
    Fresh off of a year in which he was named First Team All-MAC, Mabry joins Maryland, where his blocking and pass catching will be utilized tremendously. Mabry brings talent and experience to the tight ends.
    #80 Noah Barnes, 6’4” 238 LBS
    Hailing from Auburn, Alabama, Barnes played in all 12 games last year and should continue to play a big role for the Terps, on offense and special teams.
    #45 Zack Roski, 6’7” 230 LBS
    Roski’s size makes him an intriguing option for the Terps. The Laurel native has potential to contribute this year, as the Terps look to use more tight ends.
    #46 Robert Schwob, 6’6” 231 LBS
    The former basketball, lacrosse, and volleyball star heads into another season with the Terps. His size and athleticism should turn some heads.
    #86 Malik Jackson, 6’4” 225 LBS
    The top TE recruit in Maryland, Jackson should be a key part of the offense moving forwards.
    #87 Tyler Devera, 6’4” 227 LBS
    Devera is able to go outside and catch passes, as well as stay inside and block. The freshman brings a lot of talent.
    FULLBACKS:
    #32 Antonio Dicerbo, 6’1” 252 LBS
    The Gilman grad played in 11 games last year, and should see the field more this year for the Terps.

  • Derrick Evans
    Derrick Evans Month ago +1

    GREAT VIDEO!!!
    I can’t thank you enough for remembering to add JORDAN
    79FOREVER❗️❗️

    • GFilms HD
      GFilms HD  Month ago +1

      I appreciate that tremendously! And of course! Jordan’s legacy will always live on.

  • GFilms HD
    GFilms HD  2 months ago +1

    Quick update, Tahj Capehart has switched to DB and Sean Savoy has switched back to WR.

  • Kaylon Chladek
    Kaylon Chladek 2 months ago

    Piggy>Jackson

    • GFilms HD
      GFilms HD  2 months ago

      Kaylon Chladek happy to have em both

  • Liam Myers Arroyo
    Liam Myers Arroyo 2 months ago

    Hi I’m a fellow mixer and was wondering if you can send me the clips of the coby white video. I just need the bandage handshake. I can’t seem to find it anywhere.

  • Arjun Singh
    Arjun Singh 2 months ago

    1:39 🔥🔥🔥

  • MRbossman1982
    MRbossman1982 2 months ago +2

    Maryland 🔥 we 🔥 lit Ayeee 🐢🐢🐢

  • Tony Williams
    Tony Williams 2 months ago +1

    Nice video. Your highlights are always on point. The passing game will be alot better this year.

    • GFilms HD
      GFilms HD  2 months ago

      Tony Williams thank you very much! I appreciate it greatly. You make some great points.

  • Tony Williams
    Tony Williams 2 months ago +1

    I love our Rbs off course. Love our Wideouts..TEs are loaded too. Oline is loaded by young at Left and right tackle. I could see us having a great offense. Defense needs work tho.

  • Jacob G
    Jacob G 2 months ago +2

    Good vid man

    • GFilms HD
      GFilms HD  2 months ago +1

      Jacob G preciate it 💯