The former Maryland assistant coaches who recruited and coached Darnell Savage Jr. saw qualities in him that led to his being picked No, 21 overall by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday.
Darnell Savage Jr.’s rise from a relatively unknown three-star high school prospect reached a once hard-to-imagine peak when the undersized but lightning-fast safety was picked in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft Thursday night.
After 23 years of apprenticing to Ozzie Newsome, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta will run his first draft starting on Thursday night. But DeCosta's combination of drive, curiosity and personal touch with colleagues pointed him in this direction long ago.
For the first time in Ravens history, Ozzie Newsome won't run the team's draft room this year. But his picks have been essential to the team's identity, and his counsel will continue to inform the moves of current general manager Eric DeCosta.
Former Maryland safety Darnell Savage Jr. went from being a three-star prospect out of high school to a second-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior last season and now is among the top players at his position heading into the 2019 NFL draft.
Senior midfielder Caitlin Katchmar (Hereford) led St. Mary’s with a career-high eight goals as the Seahawks’ women's lacrosse team (8-7, 2-2 CAC) defeated the Christopher Newport, 18-12, on Wednesday afternoon.
The Ravens have an immediate hole to fill at middle linebacker after losing C.J. Mosley. Will top prospects Devin White or Devin Bush fall to them at No. 22? We continue our draft preview with a look at the top inside linebackers.
After scoring the first three times he touched the ball as a freshman last season at Maryland, wide receiver Jeshaun Jones had a frustrating year that ended with quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome not delivering the ball in a 52-51 overtime loss to Ohio State.
We begin our preview of the Ravens' draft possibilities with a look at the interior offensive line, where they need a young starter and where the 2019 class features an array of appealing first-round targets.
Westminster High School graduate Miles Taylor gained widespread recognition back in February across multiple social media platforms when a video of him deadlifting 200 pounds was posted to his Instagram account.
The Colonial Athletic Association’s 2018 Offensive Player of the Year in football, Flacco has started 19 games for the Tigers baseball team and has nine runs and five RBIs in a round of competitive baseball for the first time in five years.
Alex Smith, a starting short-stick defensive midfielder for the No. 3 Terps, has played in all 10 games this spring, and his father has attended all but one because of a little something called Super Bowl LIII.