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Name: *Anthony McFarland Jr. (+) Coming off Oct 2019 Ankle INJ
College: Maryland     Number: 5
Height: 5-08   Weight: 208
Position: RB  Pos2: WR/KR
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2020

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.44
  40 High: 4.50
Projected Round: 4  Stock:   High: 3rd  Low: 5th



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5081
Weight: 208

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.44
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.40
20 Yard (ET): 2.65
20 Yard (HH): 2.58
10 Yard (ET): 1.59
10 Yard (HH): 1.60
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 29 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'08"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 
Projected 4.47/-.03/No Bench-Choice/No Full Workout-Hamstring

Dates: 03/25/20
Hand: 08 7/8  Arm: 30 3/8
Wingspan: 73 3/8

Height: 5081
Weight: 208
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+10 LBs
 



 Data Scout Notes: 2019: 12/03/19-Announced Early Entry into 2020 NFL Draft...(+) Coming off Oct 2019 Ankle INJ...PMaxwell/PDoak...FWAA Freshman All-American, 3rd team All-Big Ten, Media 2nd team All-Big Ten, AP 2nd team All-Big Ten w/131-1034-7.9-4 rush, 7-73-10.4-0 rec in 5 sts, 12 gms in '18. Redshirtedi n '17.

 *Anthony McFarland Jr., Maryland, Player News


  The Pittsburgh Steelers added a pair of Maryland standouts in the NFL draft Saturday, taking running back Anthony McFarland Jr. in the fourth round and safety Antoine Brooks Jr. in the sixth round. McFarland, the No. 124 overall pick, was the first Terp taken in the 2020 draft. Brooks was taken at No. 198. A former top recruit at DeMatha Catholic who redshirted his freshman season in College Park, McFarland rushed for a combined 1,648 yard yards in 2018 and 2019. He averaged nearly 8 yards per carry en route to Freshman All-America honors, but his production slipped last season (5.4 yards per carry) as he dealt with a high-ankle sprain. The 5-foot-8, 208-pound McFarland impressed at the NFL scouting combine with his 4.44-second 40-yard dash. He's also a capable receiver, catching 17 passes for 126 yards last season. - Baltimore Sun

(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: Baltimore Sun
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Anthony McFarland Jr., RB, Maryland,...McFarland tallied 1,648 rushing yards in just two seasons as a Terp, the 21st most in program history. The DMV product averaged 6.7 yards per carry on 245 career attempts, good for the third-best average in the Maryland books, trailing only Chet Hanulak ('53) and Ty Johnson ('18). The two-year back tallied 12 rushing touchdowns over 23 games and six 100-yard games, tied for the ninth most in program history.

A 2018 Second Team All-Big Ten selection, McFarland starred during his redshirt freshman season in College Park, setting Maryland freshman records for rushing yards (1,034), most rushing yards in a game (298 vs. Ohio State) and most 100-yard rushing games (four). His 1,034 rushing yards in 2018 ranked as the ninth most in a season in program history and his yards per carry mark ranked fifth in the nation. With the 298-yard game vs. Ohio State and a 210-yard game the week before at Indiana, McFarland became only the second Maryland player ever to record back-to-back 200-yard games. - Maryland Football


(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: Maryland Football
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  Maryland sophomore running back Anthony McFarland Jr. will forgo his remaining eligibility and enter his name in the NFL Draft, he announced on Tuesday. "I can't thank everyone at Maryland enough for the last three years," said McFarland. "The future is bright under Coach Locks. I know my brothers are going to do some special things in the coming years for our amazing fans in College Park. Terp For Life!" McFarland tallied 1,648 rushing yards in just two seasons as a Terp, the 21st most in program history. The DMV product averaged 6.7 yards per carry on 245 attempts, good for the third-best average in Maryland ranks, trailing only Chet Hanulak ('53) and Ty Johnson ('18). The two-year back tallied 12 rushing touchdowns over 23 games and six 100-yard games, tied for the ninth-most in program history.

A 2018 Second Team All-Big Ten selection, McFarland starred in his redshirt freshman season in College Park, setting Maryland freshman records for rushing yards (1,034), most rushing yards in a game (298 vs. Ohio State) and most 100-yard rushing games (four). His 1,034 rushing yards in 2018 ranked as the ninth-most in a season in program history and his yards per carry mark ranked fifth in the nation. With the 298 yard game vs. Ohio State and a 210 yard game the week before at Indiana, McFarland became only the second Maryland player ever to record back-to-back 200-yard games. - Maryland Football


(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: Maryland Football
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  Maryland running back Anthony McFarland Jr. will forgo his remaining two seasons of eligibility to declare for the NFL draft, he announced Tuesday. "I want to start by thanking the great coaching staff and amazing fans at this wonderful University," McFarland wrote in a statement he posted on Twitter. "In addition, thank you to my teammates. You are my brothers and I am blessed to have made deep relationships with many of you that will last a lifetime."

McFarland, a redshirt sophomore, struggled with a nagging ankle injury all season, but still showed his ability to generate explosive plays. He ran for 614 yards during the 2019 campaign without much help from the offensive line or a complementary passing game. McFarland recorded a season-high 134 yards, which included a 63-yard touchdown, in Maryland’s season finale Saturday at Michigan State. - The Washington Post


(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: The Washington Post
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  Maryland flashed one of the more dominant offenses in the nation in the first two games, rolling to a 79-0 win over Howard and 63-20 victory over then-No. 21 Syracuse. The Terps averaged 335.5 yards rushing, the fourth-best average in the country and were best among Big Ten teams. The Terps' offense dragged in Philadelphia vs. Temple. Maryland had just 79 yards rushing and two first downs in the first half, its lone score came on a safety. Jackson was sacked three times, McFarland was stuffed on fourth-and-goal and Joseph Petrino was wide left on a 42-yard attempt. Maryland even botched a fake field-goal attempt in the second quarter, and suddenly the Terps seemed to be spiraling toward another upset loss to the Owls. - AP College Football

(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: AP College Football
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  2019 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD CANDIDATE: RB Anthony McFarland, Maryland,...McFarland had a break out year in 2018, rushing for a Maryland freshman record 1,034 yards while averaging 7.9 yards per carry. He was selected as a Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-American and named Second Team All-Big Ten.

A Hyattsville native, McFarland also set Maryland freshman records for most rushing yards in a game (298 vs. Ohio State) and most 100-yard rushing games (4). His 1,034 rushing yards ranks as the ninth most in a season in program history and his yards per carry mark ranked fifth in the nation. - Maryland Football


(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
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  2019 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Anthony McFarland, Jr. (So.), Maryland,...McFarland, who was named to the Maxwell Award Watch List earlier in the week, had an incredible freshman season in 2018, rushing for a Maryland freshman record 1,034 yards while averaging 7.9 yards per carry. He was selected as a Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-American and named Second Team All-Big Ten. A Hyattsville native, McFarland also set Maryland freshman records for most rushing yards in a game (298 vs. Ohio State) and most 100-yard rushing games (4). His 1,034 rushing yards ranks as the ninth most in a season in program history and his yards per carry mark ranked fifth in the nation. - Maryland Football

(DS#10 RB) rSo/2020 RB *Anthony McFarland Jr.Maryland
News Source: Maryland Football
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