What kind of depth is there behind Moore?
Maryland had a pretty strong group of wideouts last season.
Levern Jacobs and Teldrick Morgan are both gone, so D.J. Moore is really the only receiver that is a proven commodity. Moore has a chance to be one of the conference’s best after recording 637 receiving yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore.
After transferring, Jacquille Veii is back in College Park and could be a big factor. Veii had 505 receiving yards with Towson in 2015 and has been drawing rave reviews this spring.
Veii could be an asset with offensive guru Walt Bell running the unit this time around.
It’s also worth keeping an eye on Taivon Jacobs and DJ Turner. Jacobs has battled injuries throughout his Maryland career, but the talent has always been there.
On the other hand, Turner didn’t see the field much last season, but part of that was due to suspension. Turner is a very speedy wideout that could be used in innovative ways by Bell as well.
Who is going to step up?