List of Maryland Terrapins football people

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This is a list of people associated with the Maryland Terrapins football program. This includes prominent former players and coaches.

People[edit]

Current Professional players[edit]

Player Position Original Team NFL Year Current Team
Ball, LanceLance Ball Running back Denver Broncos 2008 Free Agent
Barnes, KevinKevin Barnes Cornerback Washington Redskins 2009 Free Agent
Campbell, BruceBruce Campbell Offensive Tackle Oakland Raiders 2010 New York Jets
Burley, Scott Scott Burley Offensive tackle Washington Redskins 2009 Baltimore Mariners
Carroll, NolanNolan Carroll Cornerback Miami Dolphins 2010 Philadelphia Eagles
Chism, CameronCameron Chism Cornerback Indianapolis Colts 2012 BC Lions
Condo, JonJon Condo Long snapper Dallas Cowboys 2005 Oakland Raiders
Davis, VernonVernon Davis Tight end San Francisco 49ers 2006 San Francisco 49ers
Dorsey, KevinKevin Dorsey Wide receiver Green Bay Packers 2013 Green Bay Packers
Drakeford, DarinDarin Drakeford Linebacker Kansas City Chiefs 2013 Free Agent
Fokou, MoiseMoise Fokou Linebacker Philadelphia Eagles 2009 Tennessee Titans
Francis, A.J.A. J. Francis Defensive tackle Miami Dolphins 2013 Miami Dolphins
Furstenburg, Matt.Matt Furstenburg Tight end Baltimore Ravens 2013 Free Agent
Gaither, JaredJared Gaither Offensive tackle Baltimore Ravens 2007 Free Agent
Goins, IsaacIsaac Goins Cornerback Miami Dolphins 2014 Free Agent
Goode, JasonJason Goode Wide receiver Washington Redskins 2008 Baltimore Mariners
Gronkowski, DanDan Gronkowski Tight end Detroit Lions 2009 Free Agent
Henderson, ErinErin Henderson Linebacker Minnesota Vikings 2008 Free Agent
Heyer, StephonStephon Heyer Offensive tackle Washington Redskins 2007 BC Lions
Heyward-Bey, DarriusDarrius Heyward-Bey Wide receiver Oakland Raiders 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers
Hill, ShaunShaun Hill Quarterback Minnesota Vikings 2002 St. Louis Rams
Jackson, D'QwellD'Qwell Jackson Linebacker Cleveland Browns 2006 Indianapolis Colts
Lattimore, KeonKeon Lattimore Running back Dallas Cowboys 2008 Free Agent
McDougle, DexterDexter McDougle Cornerback New York Jets 2014 New York Jets
Meggett, DavinDavin Meggett Running back Houston Texans 2012 Indianapolis Colts
Moten, AdrianAdrian Moten Linebacker Indianapolis Colts 2011 Saskatchewan Roughriders
Novak, NickNick Novak Placekicker Chicago Bears 2005 San Diego Chargers
Podlesh, AdamAdam Podlesh Punter Jacksonville Jaguars 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers
Scott, Da'RelDa'Rel Scott Running back New York Giants 2011 Free Agent
Smith, TorreyTorrey Smith Wide receiver Baltimore Ravens 2011 Baltimore Ravens
Starks, RandyRandy Starks Defensive tackle Tennessee Titans 2004 Miami Dolphins
Tate, KennyKenny Tate Linebacker Winnipeg Blue Bombers 2013 Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Thomas, JaimieJaimie Thomas Guard Indianapolis Colts 2009 Harrisburg Stampede
Vellano, JoeJoe Vellano Defensive tackle New England Patriots 2013 New England Patriots
Whitfield, MarcusMarcus Whitfield Linebacker Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars
Williams, EdwinEdwin Williams Guard Washington Redskins 2009 Free Agent
Williams, IsaiahIsaiah Williams Wide receiver Baltimore Ravens 2009 Tennessee Titans
Williams, LaQuanLaQuan Williams Wide receiver Baltimore Ravens 2011 Baltimore Ravens
Williams, MadieuMadieu Williams Safety Cincinnati Bengals 2004 Free Agent
Wilson, JoshJosh Wilson Cornerback Seattle Seahawks 2007 Atlanta Falcons
Yeatman, WillWill Yeatman Offensive tackle New England Patriots 2011 Houston Texans

Former Professional players[edit]

  • Eric Barton – Linebacker, New York Jets; 1998 first-team All-ACC, 1997 and 1998 leading ACC solo tackler
  • Dick Bielski – Running back, Baltimore Colts; 1955 first-round NFL Draft pick, NFL Championship
  • Conrad Bolston – Defensive tackle, undrafted by Minnesota Vikings in 2007
  • Tom Brown – Safety, Green Bay Packers; NFL Championship, two Super Bowl championships
  • Lloyd Burruss – Kansas City Chiefs; Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame
  • Joe Campbell – Defensive end, Oakland Raiders; 1977 first-round NFL Draft pick, Super Bowl championship
  • Gary Collins – Wide receiver, Cleveland Browns; 1962 first-round NFL Draft pick, NFL 1960s All-Decade team, Browns record for 70 touchdown receptions
  • Ed Cooke – Defensive end, Baltimore Colts; NFL Championship
  • Phil Costa – Center, Dallas Cowboys; undrafted in 2010
  • Bob Dean – Kicker and lineman, Edmonton Eskimos (CFL); three Grey Cup championships
  • Darren Drozdov - Defensive Tackle, Denver Broncos; also wrestled professionally in the WWF
  • Jeff Dugan – Tight end; seventh-round 2004 NFL Draft pick by Minnesota Vikings; 2003 second-team All-ACC, 2002 honorable mention All-ACC
  • Boomer Esiason – Quarterback, Cincinnati Bengals; 1988 NFL MVP
  • Bernie Faloney – Quarterback, Canadian Football League; 1954 first-round NFL Draft pick, 1961 Canadian Football Hall of Fame, CFL Most Outstanding Player, five Grey Cup championships, Heisman Trophy third runner-up
  • Melvin Fowler – Offensive Lineman; third-round 2002 NFL Draft pick by Cleveland Browns
  • Isaiah Gardner – Cornerback; undrafted in 2008 by Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Joey Haynos – Tight end; undrafted in 2008 by Green Bay Packers; 2006 honorable mention All-ACC
  • E.J. Henderson – Linebacker; second-round 2003 Draft pick by Minnesota Vikings; 2001 and 2002 first-team All-American, ACC Defensive Player of the Year, and first-team All-ACC, 2001 ACC Player of the Year, 2002 Chuck Bednarik Award, Dick Butkus Award, and Peach Bowl Defensive MVP
  • Eric Hicks – Defensive end; undrafted in 1998 by Kansas City Chiefs
  • Darryl Hill – First African-American football player at Navy, Gonzaga College High School, Maryland, and in the ACC
  • David Holloway – Linebacker; undrafted in 2007 by Arizona Cardinals
  • Domonique Foxworth – Cornerback; third-round 2005 NFL Draft pick by Denver Broncos; 2002 first-team All-ACC, 2003 and 2004 second-team All-ACC
  • Kris Jenkins – Defensive lineman; second-round 2001 NFL Draft pick by Carolina Panthers; 2002, 2003, and 2006 Pro Bowl, 2002 and 2003 All-Pro, 2000 second-team All-ACC
  • Leon Joe – Linebacker; fourth-round 2004 NFL Draft pick by Chicago Bears
  • Stan Jones – Offensive guard/defensive tackle, Chicago Bear; Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame
  • LaMont Jordan – Running back; second-round 2001 NFL Draft pick by New York Jets; 1999 second-team All-American, 1999 All-ACC first-team, 1998 and 2000 second-team All-ACC, Doak Walker Award semifinalist, Maryland single season rushing record
  • William Kershaw – Linebacker; undrafted in 2006 by Kansas City Chiefs
  • Pete Koch - Defensive Lineman, First round draft selection, Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Raiders
  • Ray Krouse – Defensive lineman, Detroit Lions and Baltimore Colts; three NFL Championships
  • Jermaine Lewis – Wide receiver, Baltimore Ravens; Super Bowl champion, ACC record for 193 receptions
  • Mark Manges – Quarterback, Phoenix Cardinals; a Heisman contender until he broke his wrist, appeared on the cover of 1976 Sports Illustrated while quarterback for the Terps
  • Shawne Merriman – Linebacker; first-round 2005 NFL Draft pick by San Diego Chargers
  • Scott Milanovich – Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; CFL coach; school record for career passing yards (6,125)
  • Ed Modzelewski – Running back, Cleveland Browns; NFL championship
  • Dick Modzelewski – Defensive tackle and head coach, Cleveland Browns; 1952 first-round NFL Draft pick, two NFL Championships
  • Dre Moore – Defensive tackle; fourth-round 2008 NFL Draft pick by Tampa Bay Buccaneers; 2007 first-team All-ACC
  • Dean Muhtadi - Defensive Lineman; undrafted in 2009 by Green Bay Packers
  • Matt Murphy – Tight end; seventh-round 2002 NFL Draft pick by Detroit Lions
  • Renaldo Nehemiah – Wide receiver; San Francisco 49ers; broke several world records in track and field
  • Dick Nolan – Safety and head coach, NFL; NFL Championship
  • Neil O'Donnell – Former NFL quarterback
  • Eric Ogbogu – Former NFL linebacker, lead actor in Under Armour commercials, 1998 Hula Bowl MVP
  • Neal Olkewicz – Lineback, Washington Redskins; "70 Greatest Redskins", two Super Bowl championships
  • Bob Pellegrini – Linebacker, Philadelphia Eagles; 1956 first-round NFL Draft pick, NFL Championship, College Football Hall of Fame
  • Bruce Perry – Tailback, NFL and CFL; 2001 ACC Offensive Player of the Year and Doak Walker Award finalist
  • Kevin Plank – Founder of Under Armour
  • Frank Reich – Former NFL quarterback; NFL record for greatest comeback win (32 points), formerly held record for greatest NCAA comeback win (31 points)
  • Lewis Sanders – Cornerback; fourth-round 2000 NFL Draft pick by Cleveland Browns; 1999 first-team All-ACC, third team All-American, and Jim Thorpe Award semi-finalist
  • Jack Scarbath – Quarterback, Washington Redskins; 1953 first-round NFL Draft pick, Heisman Trophy runner-up, College Football Hall of Fame
  • Roger Shoals – Offensive tackle, Cleveland Browns; NFL Championship
  • George B. Simler – Letter in 1946 and 1947, attained rank of general in the U.S. Air Force
  • Geroy SimonSlotback, British Columbia Lions; 2006 CFL Most Outstanding Player, CFL record for 1,856 single-season receiving yards
  • Steve Suter – Wide receiver and special teams; ACC all-time record for 1,271 punt return yards
  • Mike Tice – Tight ends coach, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Ed Vereb – Running back, Washington Redskins; 1956 first-round NFL Draft pick
  • Al Wallace – Defensive end; undrafted in 2007 by Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Larry Webster – Defensive tackle, Baltimore Ravens; Super Bowl championship
  • Randy White – Defensive tackle, Dallas Cowboys; 1975 first-round NFL Draft pick, NFL 1980s All-Decade Team, Pro Football Hall of Fame
  • Frank Wycheck – Tight end, Tennessee Titans; participant in the "Music City Miracle"

Former coaches[edit]

Former players as collegiate head coaches[edit]

Maryland alumni who have served as head coaches at the collegiate level:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TMQ Nation fires back". ESPN (go.com). 2007-01-10. Retrieved 2007-05-30. 
  2. ^ Coaches, Lackawanna College, retrieved May 30, 2010.