Three more players leave Terps football program

Till, Moore and Wilson will transfer, bringing number of departures to six

December 06, 2011|Baltimore Sun staff

Three more players have decided to leave the Maryland football program, the school announced Tuesday. Defensive back Titus Till, a starter at safety, and reserve running backs Rahsaan Moore and Jeremiah Wilson -- all redshirt freshman -- have been granted releases and intend to transfer.

"We appreciate the effort of all three of these young men and wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors,” head coach Randy Edsall said.

Till was seventh on the team in tackles, with 47, and started six of the final nine games after Matt Robinson was injured. From Upper Marlboro, Till was considered one of the top high school players in the state as a senior.

Moore, a teammate of Till's at Wise high school, did not have a carry this season and was suspended in October for violating team rules. He was highly ranked as a fullback coming out of high school.

Wilson was recruited out of Winchester, Va., to play cornerback but was moved to provide more depth at running back. He played in 12 games and carried five times for 19 yards.

Six players have left the program since the Terps finished 2-10 in Edsall's first year.

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