Since 2005, Maryland has started 4, 5, 5, 4, 4, 10, 8, 9, 8, 6, 7, and 3 white players (excluding 2015 where there was no write-up). In 2018 they project to remain one of the shitstains of the Big 10 with 4 white starters. Coming off a 4-8 record, a Maryland player died of heat stroke in the offseason so they fired head coach DJ Durkin, replacing him with former-OC Matt Canada. Their 2018 recruiting class was 22/24 black, with the two being LB Chance Campbell and K Joseph Petrino. Back-up FB Jake Funk (JR) was 2015 Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year with 249 carries for 2,866 yards and 52 TDs (state record), with 270 yards and 7 TDs in the state championship to cap off a 14-0 season. 58 career carries from 24 games, averaging 5.4 yards per carry in 2017 with 5 TDs. He's the only reason to cheer for this team but I doubt he gets the chances to show what he has. He is, of course, the only white player allowed on the roster at RB or WR, and there sure isn't any DBs. Offense TE: Avery Edwards (SR) LG: Sean Christie (SR) C: Johnny Jordan (SO) RG: Brendan Moore (SR) Defense None Back-ups listed on the two deep: FB Jake Funk, TE Noah Barnes, TE Antonio Dicerbo, LG Brian Plummer, DE Brett Kulka, and LB Nick Underwood.