NFL Draft '07: Scouting Maryland 

After losing four of their last five games last year Maryland was knocked out of the post season. With the likes of Vernon Davis and D'qwell Jackson moving to the NFL, 2006 may be another difficult campaign for the Terps. 

On offense the top prospects return from injury.  Tackle Stephon Heyer was a highly rated lineman last fall before a knee injury shelved him.  A big bodied blocker Heyer is a nasty lineman who works hard and shows potential on the right side.  Injuries have been commonplace for Josh Allen, an explosive back effective when healthy.  Allen possesses good speed and NFL abilities yet pre-draft medical examinations on his injured knee will dictate his status for the next level.  

On defense David Holloway splits time lining up in a three-point stance or standing up over tackle.  Fluid moving in every direction, Holloway lacks the size to be an every down defensive end at the next level and could be tried as a rush linebacker in a thirty-four system.  Senior cornerback Josh Wilson needs to pick up the overall consistency of his game to get serious consideration for the next level but has a lot of natural skills.

Maryland Prospect List

Name Pos Year #
Josh Allen RB 5Sr 33
Stephon Heyer T 5Sr 70
David Holloway OLB 5Sr 54
Josh Wilson CB 4Sr 4

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