Maryland announced today that three more football players will leave the program, via Conor Walsh of the Diamondback. Running back Jeremiah Wilson, full back Rahsaan Moore, and safety Titus Till will all reportedly transfer.
Wilson, a former defensive back, functioned as a third-down back this season for Maryland. In twelve games, he had five carries for 16 yards and one reception for three yards.
Moore, who was expected to compete for the starting fullback spot, was suspended for the season and did not see game action.
Till, a redshirt freshman, played in eleven games with six starts at safety. He finished the season seventh on the team with tackles with 47. Till was a top recruit out of high school, and should receive the most interest from big programs of the three.
We wish all three of them the best of luck with their careers. The count is now at six.