Meet Evan Mulrooney

This is part of a series of 2011 Maryland football commitment Q&As leading up to Signing Day on Feb. 2. All answers are provided by the featured player.

Name: Evan Mulrooney

Birthdate: Jan. 20, 1993

Birthplace: Wilmington, Del.

Hometown: Wilmington Del.

Height: 6-4

Weight: 275

Position: Center

Nickname: None

High School: Salesianum School

Rankings: -- Two stars, No. 4 player in Delaware. -- Three stars, No. 15 center. -- Three stars, No. 107 offensive tackle, 75 rating. 24-7 Sports -- Three stars, 80 rating.Bench max: 315

40-yard dash: 5.3

Runner-up: North Carolina State

Other schools considered: Virginia Tech

Favorite NFL player: Todd Herremans

Favorite NFL team: Philadelphia Eagles

Favorite all-time Terp: Randy White

Favorite music: Jimi Hendrix

Favorite book: The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien

Favorite movie: "MacGruber"

Favorite TV show: "Eastbound and Down" or "Boardwalk Empire"

Favorite food: "A 'Bobbie'. It's a sub in Delaware with mayo, turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. It’s amazing."

Favorite high school class: Sports psychology

Favorite thing about College Park: "That there always seems to be something to do, whether it's on campus or in D.C. or Baltimore."

Other high school sports: None

Hobbies: "Hanging out with friends."

Intended major: "Kinesiology, specified in sports psychology."

Something that not many people know about you: "That I’m ridiculously flexible. I can do the splits and put my face against my shins when I stretch when my feet are flat on the ground."

Best football moment: "Probably winning the state championship as a junior or getting my scholarship offer from Maryland."

Role model: "Probably my parents because they've worked really hard to get where they're at. They're really hard workers, and with all the success they've had, they're really modest. They're just really good people and I'd like to see myself become [like them] in the years to come."

Why Maryland? "I had a really great connection with the coaching staff that was there when I committed, and I felt really comfortable with everything. I know the program is going to be really good in the years to come. I want to be a part of that. And the location of it was really great because it's only an hour and 45 minutes from my house, so I'll have the opportunity to go home when I need to. And even with the recent coaching changes, [offensive line] coach Tom Brattan is still there. He's someone I'm really close to, and I liked how he's a straight shooter and never really beat around the bush. He got to the point. And just the fact that they offered me first. They saw something in me that they liked enough to the point that they offered me a scholarship. That meant a lot to me. It's all those things combined."

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