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2 Terps Selected in 2024 NFL Draft

By Maryland Athletics Staff

Two University of Maryland football players were selected in the 2024 NFL Draft this weekend, marking seven straight years where at least one Terp has been chosen.

The Las Vegas Raiders selected Delmar Glaze in the third round with the No. 77 overall pick on Friday. He is Maryland's highest-drafted offensive lineman since Melvin Fowler was selected No. 76 overall in 2002. The Terps have had three offensive linemen picked in the last two drafts, with Jaelyn Duncan and Spencer Anderson being chosen in 2023.

Glaze, a Charlotte, N.C., native and family science major, started every game at left tackle for the Terps in 2023, pacing an offensive line that blocked for the fourth-ranked overall offense (387.3 yards per game) and top-ranked passing offense (278.9 passing yards per game) in the Big Ten. A Third Team All-Big Ten honoree, he was Pro Football Focus’ second-rated pass-blocking tackle in the conference with an 83.6 grade and the fourth-rated tackle overall (minimum 750 snaps).

The Los Angeles Chargers selected defensive back Tarheeb Still in the fifth round with the No. 137 overall pick on Saturday. The Terps have had at least one defensive back picked in five of the last six drafts.

A 2023 Second Team All-Big Ten selection, Still tied for third nationally in interceptions per game (0.5) and for sixth in total interceptions (five) during his final year at Maryland. The Sicklerville, N.J., native and criminology and criminal justice major had a pair of interceptions in each of Maryland's wins over Virginia and Nebraska, making him one of only three FBS players with that distinction.

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