HERSHEY, Pa. -- With the holes left at the wide receiver position at Maryland due to transfers and other situations, incoming freshman D.J. Moore (Imhotep/Philadelphia, Pa.) could get his chance to be a starter in the fall. This week, he's getting ready for the Big 33 Football Classic which takes place June 20. Moore will play for the Pennsylvania All-Stars but on June 21 will head to College Park, Md. Moore chatted with Terrapin Times on Thursday about the Big 33 game and his opportunities that await him at Maryland.
Big 33 Classic: D.J. Moore
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