On Tuesday night, three more Maryland football players were granted their release from the program, bringing the total to six in Randy Edsall's first offseason in College Park. A total of 18 scholarships players have left the program since the beginning of the year. The latest departures on Tuesday included two running backs, Rahsaan Moore and Jeremiah Wilson. The third player released was defensive back Titus Till. All three were redshirt freshman, and they will finish out the final weeks of the semester before transferring out. Randy Edsall issued the standard boilerplate regarding the transfers.
Via Keith McMillan of The Washington Post:
"We appreciate the effort of all three of these young men and wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors."
They join running back D.J. Adams, tackle R.J. Dill, and defensive lineman David Mackall as Terps who have left this offseason. Dill, whose transfer was announced on Monday, will create a void on the offensive line. With Moore and Wilson leaving, the Terps now have just two tailbacks on scholarship.
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