Junior Haroon Brown is enjoying a solid camp to back up an impressive spring.
And Maryland still expects to get Taylor Watson back in September off ACL surgery from the spring.
But there might be a third fullback who could see the field this season: True freshman Rahsaan Moore.
The 6-foot-2, 240-pound Wise High School product is playing multiple positions during camp and might already be among the most likely of Maryland's 18 scholarship true freshmen to to contribute this season.
"I think he'; going to be a factor," coach Ralph Friedgen said. "I'm amazed at how well he's learning. They're running him some at tailback and fullback, at wing on goal line. He seems to pick it up pretty good.
Added offensive coordinator James Franklin: "He's way ahead for a typical true freshman."
Moore had nine carries for 35 yards in yesterday's scrimmage, and he could be useful as a deep reserve on a team with only four scholarship tailbacks. But with Maryland suddenly down to two healthy tight ends, he could receive several opportunities during camp to display his versatility --- and perhaps lock down a role in time for the Terps' Sept. 6 opener against Navy in Baltimore.
"He's a real sharp kid, not afraid to hit," Friedgen said. "I wouldn't put him in Cory [Jackson]'s situation yet, but very rarely do you get a fullback who's real smart and likes to hit. They're usually smart enough not to hit."