FB depth chart - 11-22-11.indd. 2011 University of Maryland Football • Depth Chart OFFENSE WR 12 Kevin Dorsey 6-2 205 Jr.-2V 13 Kerry Boykins 6-0 190 Jr.-2V LT 73 Max Garcia 6-4 290 So.-1V 74 Nick Klemm 6-5 290 So.-1V LG 70 De'Onte Arnett 6-4 275 So.-SQ 68 Gary Harraka 6-4 300 Fr.-RS C 65 Sal ...
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