Future Terps highlight first Chesapeake Bowl
Maryland fans will have a chance to see three future Terps in action tonight in the inaugural Chesapeake Bowl at Towson’s Johnny Unitas Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
The North roster, composed of players from Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, features Point Pleasant Boro (N.J.) tight end Ryan Malleck, Salesianum School (Del.) offensive lineman Evan Mulrooney and Red Lion (Pa.) offensive lineman Andrew Zeller – each of whom has committed to Maryland.
The South roster includes players from D.C., Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Baltimore-area players to watch include Calvert Hall offensive lineman Ben Curtis, Gilman offensive lineman Hunter Goodwin (Wake Forest), Gilman athlete Darius Jennings and Boys’ Latin defensive end Marco Jones (Virginia).
Jennings, The Baltimore Sun’s 2010 All-Metro Offensive Player of the Year, has reportedly narrowed his list of schools to Ohio State, Virginia and Wake Forest. Rivals.com reports that Curtis is considering offers from Bryant, Marshall, Navy, New Mexico and Towson.
Bowie defensive back Jeremiah Hendy, a one-time Maryland commitment, is also scheduled to appear for the South. The Chesapeake Bowl website says the three-star prospect is looking at Iowa, Michigan State, North Carolina State and Virginia.