|Position:||Director of Recruiting|
Marcus Berry is in his third year as Maryland's Director of Recruiting. The Terps signed a consensus Top 20 class in 2017 and a consensus Top 30 class in 2018.
Berry came to Maryland from Rutgers, where he served as the director of player personnel. Berry previously served in the same role at the University of Illinois and North Carolina.
While at Illinois, Berry was responsible for coordinating recruiting efforts, including the arrangement and management of on-campus visits. He also maintained the program’s video database for prospects.
At UNC, Berry was a member of a coaching staff that signed two consecutive top-25 recruiting classes. He handled all game-day recruiting operations and monitored top prospects.
Berry began his coaching career at Friendly High School in Ft. Washington, Md. He spent 11 years at Friendly where he served various roles, including assistant head coach, offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks and wide receivers coach. Friendly won three state championships during his tenure.
Berry completed two player personnel and scouting internships in the NFL - with the Green Bay Packers in 2003 and Jacksonville Jaguars in 2007.
A native of Cleveland, Berry played football at West Virginia and graduated in 1990 with a degree in sports management.