It's pretty clear Da'Rel Scott and Davin Meggett will be the top options out of Maryland's backfield this season.
D.J. Adams will be a factor, too.
There's only one other scholarship tailback in the Terrapins' program, slippery sophomore Gary Douglas, who made his season debut Saturday against Morgan State.
There's a good chance you turned the game off or left the stadium by the time Douglas entered. It was 55-3 by then, and there was less than eight minutes left.
He had two carries for eight yards. But considering Douglas is still dealing with a sprained ankle, it might be a while before he gets any extended, meaningful work in games.
"He's banged up," running backs coach John Donovan said. "He just can't get things going right now. I thought he actually had three pretty good snaps, to be honest. He's just got to get healthy. He's not 100 percent yet. It's hard for him to show what he can do and practice enough where we can play him more."
Combine that with the presence of Scott, Meggett and Adams, and it'll probably take a significant change to see Douglas in a major role sometime soon.