The Washington Times - August 14, 2009, 11:07PM

One unit that really didn’t seem to impress Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen much in the spring was the Terrapins’ tight ends.

He likened it to tossing them all in a bag and randomly picking them out. And in some ways, it’s still the case.

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But it’s not all bad.

“I think they’re all improved,” Friedgen said. “I think Devonte Campbell is much improved. So is [Matt] Furstenburg. So is Lansford Watson. I think Tommy [Galt] is busting his butt right now. He’s got really good hands. He’s not the fastest of those guys, but he’s really running hard to try to make up more.”

Friedgen even touted true freshman Dave Stinebaugh as a potential contributor.

But as for who’s in the lead?

“I don’t know if anybody’s separated, but I think they’ve all improved,” Friedgen said. “I’m anxious to see how they do in a game situation.”

Patrick Stevens