Littered with playmakers on offense
There’s no denying that Maryland lost a significant amount of talent at the wide receiver position.
However, this is an offense that still has a wide host of playmakers.
Through two games, Maryland currently leads the Big Ten in scoring offense with 57.0 points-per-game. In addition, the Terps are second in total yards as they are accumlating 508.0 yards-per-game, which only trails Wisconsin.
Hill has certainly been impressive under center, but he sure has a ton of talented options.
Running back Ty Johnson and wideout D.J. Moore are two of the most talented players at their respective positions in the conference. Johnson has totaled 256 rushing yards and 15.1 yards-per-carry while Moore has 230 receiving yards and 16.4 yards-per-reception to his credit.
Hill hasn’t been afraid to go to Moore early and often since taking over as the starting quarterback. Moore is coming off a performance in which he caught seven passes for 97 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Each has a knack for turning in big plays, which is why the Maryland offense is so lethal.
Wide receiver Taivon Jacobs has also had a nice start to the 2017 season. Jacobs has displayed his ability to get behind the defense as he’s averaging a team-high 17.5 yards-per-catch.