Name: Shane Cockerille.
High school: Gilman (Md.) School.
Height, weight: 6 feet 2, 207 pounds.
Ranks: Four stars (ESPN) and three stars (247sports.com)
>> Speedy quarterback with strength, capable at running the read option, a staple of offensive coordinator Mike Locksley’s offense.
>> As a senior, passed for 1,106 yards and seven touchdowns, also rushing for 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns while leading Gilman to its second straight MIAA Class A championship. The Elite 11 quarterback was named first-team all-metro by the Baltimore Sun.
>>Grew up a Terps fan and often drove his Gilman School teammates to Byrd Stadium this season for every home game.
>> In line to redshirt, given Maryland’s quarterback depth with C.J. Brown, Ricardo Young, Perry Hills and Caleb Rowe.
>> A former wrestler like Hills, winning the MIAA wrestling title at 195 pounds during his junior season.
>> “I think they’re up-and-coming with Coach Edsall being that new guy and turning things around. They got a great recruiting class last year and with my class. I just tell them it’s a great place to be. They’re one of the youngest teams in the country, so it’s just a great opportunity for the young guys to come in and play.” — Cockerille.