Maryland commit Shane Cockerille was one of five future Terps to play in the Big 33 Class Game on Saturday, June 15 in Hershey, Pa. Despite a disappointing outcome for the Maryland team, Cockerille put on an impressive show.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound Cockerille threw for 247 yards and 2 touchdowns (13-32-1). He also rushed for another 31 yards and a touchdown en route to winning the Maryland team's MVP award.
Check out the first half highlights below (also keep an eye on another future Terp in several highlights, #13 DeAnre Lane (6-122 yds).
QB Sneak Peak:Cockerille's Big 33 Highlights
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