Maryland football 2013 recruits

February 6, 2013
Name Pos. Home town Height Weight
Silvano Altamirano* OL San Diego 6-2 290
Jalen Brooks OLB Suwanee, Ga. 6-2 220
Chandler Burkett DL Panama City, Fla. 6-4 235
Jermaine Carter Jr. ILB Fort Washington 6-2 220
Shane Cockerille QB Baltimore 6-1 195
Milan Collins DB La Plata 6-2 200
Elvis Dennah DB Lanham 6-3 195
JaJuan Dulaney OL Powder Springs, Ga. 6-4 278
Derwin Gray OL Washington 6-5 290
Derrick Hayward OLB Salisbury, Md. 6-5 200
Andrew Isaacs TE Manchester, Conn. 6-3 245
Taivon Jacobs WR Camp Springs 5-10 165
Malik Jones DL Baltimore 6-4 240
DeAndre Lane WR Catonsville, Md. 5-8 165
Moise Larose OL Odenton 6-5 285
William Likely* DB Belle Glade, Fla. 5-9 175
Deon Long* WR Washington 6-1 180
Yannick Ngakoue OLB Bowie 6-1 180
Kingsley Opara DL Jacksonville, Fla. 6-3 280
Jarrett Ross DB Newark, Del. 5-10 185
Jacquille Veii RB Gaithersburg 5-10 175
Cavon Walker OLB Washington 6-2 210

*Already enrolled at Maryland for the spring semester.

Best in class

Shane Cockerille, QB: Adept at running Maryland’s read-option offense, Cockerille grew up a Terrapins fan. As a senior, he passed for 1,106 yards and seven touchdowns, also rushing for 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns for Gilman.

Derwin Gray, OL: Consistently ranked among the top 10 tackles nationally by multiple scouting organizations, Gray was a second-team All-Met last season at Friendship Collegiate. He chose Maryland over Auburn, Clemson and Tennessee, among others.

Yannick Ngakoue, OLB: A first-team All-Met and Parade all-American who appeared in the Under Armour All-American Game, Ngakoue chose Maryland over Florida State and South Carolina. He had 17 sacks for Friendship Collegiate last season.

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