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Topic - Danny Oquendo
Maryland's Isaiah Williams was nursing a bowl of cereal last week when wide receivers coach Bryan Bossard approached him.
Maryland defensive tackle Dre Moore sat at his locker last week amused at a question that permitted him to unleash his usual mischievousness.
Formations, plays, routes and cuts and heaven knows what else swirled through Darrius Heyward-Bey's mind two years ago, a mixture that left him without a role in his first year at Maryland.
"They're all great QBs," junior receiver Danny Oquendo said. "Portis is a little better at running, Steffy has the experience and [Turner] is as accurate as they come. Whoever they pick for the job, I'll have all my confidence in."