"We have a co-op agreement with them to play football there," Muldrow said.
A few weeks ago Muldrow and his parents made the short drive to Maryland for a junior day. Muldrow was taken back when the Terrapins offered him a scholarship.
"They took me and my parents into the Comcast Center and Coach (Ralph) Friedgen said they liked my film. He then said we would like to offer you a scholarship. I just smiled and said Thank You! It's a good offer and a great opportunity."
Muldrow enjoyed his visit to Maryland.
"They had a brief introduction and showed us their team highlight. Coach (Ralph) Friedgen spoke to us, and then we took a tour. We had a Q & A session with some of the players. We then went and watched Maryland play against Georgia Tech, it was a good trip."
The first team All-Conference selection has also taken in a junior day at Rutgers, since that trip the Scarlet Knights have also offered Muldrow a scholarship.
"I really liked it a lot," he said. "It's a nice program that is on the rise. They offered me a few weeks after junior day."
"It was phenomenal there, it was so loud," Muldrow explained. "I got the chance to meet Joe Paterno. It was a great atmosphere; you can tell everyone there is committed to their program."
Muldrow received word of another offer today.
"West Virginia gave me a verbal, I'm going there on (3/25) for a junior day and they said they'd give it to me in person."
"I'm going to a junior day at WVU (3/25), then Penn State (4/2)," he said. "I'm going to spring games at Pittsburgh, Rutgers, and Maryland."
Muldrow is planning on participating at the Scout.Com All-American Combine at Rutgers University on April 23.