As a Senior (2010): Started the first 12 games at defensive end ... had 33 tackles on the season, third among defensive linemen ... ranked fourth on the team in pass breakups (four) ... made his first career start against Navy (9/6) and came up with a career-high seven tackles ... made the first tackle for a loss of his career against Morgan State (9/11) ... recovered a fumble and recorded two tackles against West Virginia (9/18) ... had three tackles and his first career pass breakup against FIU (9/25) ... had a tackle and a PBU against Duke (10/2) ... made three stops against Clemson (10/16) ... set a career high with four solo tackles against Boston College (10/23) ... in on three stops and had a pass breakup against Miami (11/6) ... had one tackle and a pass breakup against Virginia (11/13) ... had half of a tackle for loss and two total stops against Florida State (11/20) ... finished with five tackles against NC State (11/27), including his first career sack, which came on fourth down at the Maryland 8-yard line in the fourth quarter ... moved from linebacker to defensive end in the off-season.
As a Junior (2009): Played in all 12 games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams ... served as the No. 2 Mike linebacker ... had two tackles vs. Middle Tennessee St. (9/19) and one vs. Rutgers (9/26) ... had a fumble recovery vs. Clemson (10/3) ... posted a season-high three tackles vs. NC State (11/7) ... saw extensive action at middle linebacker in the spring with starter Alex Wujciak rehabbing from surgery.
As a Sophomore (2008): Ruled ineligible before the season and did not see game action ... did practice with the team ... earned scout team offensive player of the week for his work leading up to the Middle Tennessee State (9/6) and North Carolina (11/15) games ... moved to linebacker during bowl game preparations.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Played in 11 games as a reserve tight end/H-back and on special teams ... did not see action vs. FSU and NC State ... did not record any catches.
As a Freshman (2006): Redshirted
At Good Counsel High School: A three-year starter who played H-back and defensive end ... posted 33 receptions for 552 yards (16.7 avg.) and six touchdowns his senior year ... also recorded 42 tackles, seven sacks, two tackles for loss and a pass breakup ... averaged 23.6 yards per kick return with one TD ... caught six passes for 125 yards and a TD in the WCAC finals ... had 25 receptions for 362 yards and two touchdowns as a junior ... an all-state selection ... first team All-Metro by the Washington Post and the Pigskin Club ... first team All-WCAC and all-county ... named to George Michael's Golden 11 team ... the 30th-ranked wide receiver in the nation and seventh-ranked player overall in the state of Maryland by Rivals.com ... the No. 21 receiver in the nation by ESPN.com ... a PrepStar All-American ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region pick by SuperPrep ... team was 19-5 his last two years, losing in the WCAC finals both years ... also an all-league selection in basketball ... also recruited by Virginia Tech, Georgia, Miami, Penn State and Oklahoma ... played with current Terps Tommy and Deege Galt ... coached by Bob Milloy.
Personal: Parents are Terry and Jocelyn Gloster ... father is a Montgomery County police officer ... grandfather, Sandy Stephens, was an All-America quarterback -- the first in school history -- who led Minnesota to the Rose Bowl in 1960 and 1961 while finishing fourth in balloting for the 1961 Heisman Trophy ... a communications major.
|Gloster's Career Statistics|
Career HighsTackles - 7 (vs. Navy, 9/6/10)
Solo Tackles - 4 (vs. Boston College, 10/23/10)
TFL - 1 (vs. Navy, 9/6/10)
PBU - 1 (four times: vs. Virginia, 11/131/10; vs. Miami, 11/6/10; vs. Duke, 10/2/10; vs. FIU, 9/25/10)