Have you seen another Maryland football Rakim Jarrett In a Terps uniform? It is possible and possibly possible.
Jarrett missed the TRPS’ 37-0 victory over Rutgers in the regular season finale on Saturday due to a knee injury. Jarrett, a rookie receiver who is widely expected to make it into the NFL draft after this season, added to that speculation then when he posted a photo with the caption: “Terps Nation You Have Been Great to Me. Thank you all so much.”
This is the kind of statement that usually accompanies goodbyes, but then, this is what was expected all along. Those close to the former five-star recruit from St. John’s (DC) maintained that he was on a three-year plan from day one, focused on leaving for the NFL as soon as he was eligible. Despite a touchdown season that saw him total 471 yards and three touchdowns with an average of 11.8 yards per catch, he can’t seem to give up on the NFL plan.
The only question might be whether he would consider returning to the bowl game if he was healthy, but hIs that the post-game post makes that seem unlikely. Star players preparing to enter the NFL competition are increasingly skipping the dishes even when they’re healthy. Jarrett will likely be a mid-round pick depending on his NFL Draft combine performance. He didn’t achieve the superstar many hoped for after joining Maryland as a five-star recruit and No. 27 player nationwide in the class of 2020.
St. John’s Producer (DC), of Mike Loxley Flipped from LSU on National Signing Day, she ranked 11th in the Big Ten in receiving yards per game and eighth in catches per catch in her two years as a freshman. Last year was his best year, when he ranked eighth in the Big Ten with 829 yards. This season, he’s been attacked many times, played in an offense that has spread the ball around an increasing number of players and is suffering an unusual number of downs, his numbers are down.
Maryland leads Rakim Jarrett, but the 6-foot-1, 200-pound speedster was limited by a lower leg injury a week earlier against Penn State and is considered a gametime decision. A two-time Honorable Mention All-Big Ten selection is a quick, reliable track runner who accelerates smoothly,” Fox Sports NFL draft analyst Rob Rang wrote earlier this month.
Gary’s expected departure is part of an exodus of veteran receivers. Senior Dontay Demos, a former star who is still working to regain his strength after a major injury last season, is leaving. Junior Florida Transfer Jacob CopelandMay is also leaving Maryland’s highest-ranked receiver this year according to Pro Football Focus. Jeshaune Jones graduated, a fifth year student, but will consider the option to take advantage of the COVID year.
This means promising youth or Felton And Octavian Smith will take on big roles next season.
Pro Football Focus ranked Jarrett as the 92nd scoring prospect entering this season. Renowned ESPN draft expert Mel Kepper Jr. ranked him eighth in September.