Don't think it matters (they'll all get carries) but surprised you have Lorenzo Harrison ahead of McFarland.
I like Lorenzo, but McFarland is the star. Actually expect Leake to get more carries than Lorenzo as well.
Also, I think Jackson is ahead of Piggy. I like Piggy. I think he has a live arm, and really like the athleticism. I think he can be a very productive college QB. That said, the questions about his ability to make the necessary throws is real. And Jackson's 2017 was better than any MD QB in over a decade.
If all the previous coaches were back, I'd say Piggy's system experience would give him the edge. With a new system, I don't think that experience matters much... aside from his familiarity with other players on the roster.
Minor, Jordan, Davis a good trio on the line. Need to read more about Heath and Hunt. The 2nd team Oline has some good names as well.
Know there are D-Line questions, but if Brandon Gaddy is 2nd team, and Cam Spence is 3rd team... it's in better shape than advertised.
The starting LB's are decent / good. I think the 3rd team Frosh could get opportunities though. Maybe I'm short-selling the 2nd team?
Feel pretty good about the Safeties, and the starting Corners. Would like to hear more about the CB depth.
Yeah, don't put too much weight on the RB ranking. It'll be a committee "hot hand" thing. Fleet-Davis and Funk will get plenty of carries as well. Put Harrison first simply due to seniority.
Like Mike said, Jackson and LeGendre will have every opportunity to win the QB job. But neither of them will be practicing with the team until August, which gives Piggy a decent leg up.
Not sure what's up with Sean Christie. Nothing in his history suggests anything about getting an extra year, so I left him off here. If he does return, he'd be the starting LG. Jaelyn Duncan and Evan Gregory will have the chance to compete for jobs as well.
Kulka is one I hadn't seen, but he only played in 4 games last year so would be eligible for another year. I'll stick him in as the starting SDE and push Rogers and Gaddy down. Gaddy could also slide inside.
Cortez Andrews will have a chance to compete for time, but Nick Underwood is a talented guy with experience. They probably won't run many 3-LB sets, but in those Andrews could see time.
The roster on UMD's website still has Marcus Lewis listed, and he left the program in November so that could be why we're seeing guys like Christie and Kulka still listed.