- #1 WR
- Maryland Terrapins
- HometownGaithersburg, MD
- Weight190 lbs.
*Career stats are updated nightly.
Coming at you on Hump Day. As a reminder, we're taking more of your Twitter questions for the mailblog, so keep sending them in! Find us on Twitter here.about 65 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Wide receiver has been a bit of an albatross for the Big Ten, although last season brought a mini renaissance with four 1,000-yard receivers and another (Illinois' Steve Hull) who nearly got there (993 yards).about 66 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
The countdown to Big Ten media days, July 28-29 in Chicago, is officially under way. To get you prepared for the big event, we're looking at three questions facing each Big Ten squad as preseason camp approaches, and what the answers could be.about 66 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
You can have all the pieces of a great team, but if you're lacking a standout quarterback, it's going to be tough to win big in college football.Quarterback is a position that likely needs to improve throughout the Big Ten in order for the league to start winning championships.about 70 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
We've already covered the conference's potential villains, so it's only natural that we move on to the good guys.You won't find them in comic books or out in the Big Ten footprint fighting crime.about 70 days ago | Josh Moyer | ESPN.com
It's getting closer, folks. The 2014 season will be here before you know it, and Big Ten media days are less than three weeks away.The league today released the list of players who will be on hand at the Hilton Chicago on July 28-29 for media days and the kickoff luncheon.about 71 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Welcome to watch list season!Yep, college football's individual awards -- I believe we're up to around 257 of them now -- have begun the annual summer tradition of releasing their preseason watch lists.about 74 days ago | Brian Bennett | ESPN.com
Maryland and Rutgers officially made the leap on Tuesday. In less than two months, they'll be playing football as members of the Big Ten.We've been talking about this moment since November 2012.about 80 days ago | Mitch Sherman | ESPN.com
If the preseason All-America teams are any indication, the Big Ten will have a very good year in the offensive backfield -- both carrying the ball out of it and penetrating it.about 87 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Big Ten reporters Adam Rittenberg and Brian Bennett will occasionally give their takes on a burning question facing the league. We'll both have strong opinions, but not necessarily the same view.about 92 days ago | Brian Bennett and Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com