Domonique Foxworth
Domonique Foxworth

Player Profile

Randallstown, Md.

High School:
Western Tech

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 178



On Foxworth: Athletic defensive back who will start for the third-straight season at the field cornerback position ... enters 2004 as the team's most experienced defensive back and an All-America candidate ... has been all-conference each of the past two seasons (first team in 2002 and second team in 2003) ... an intelligent player who runs well and always seems to be in position to make a play ... has one of the best work ethics on the team ... will enter the season tied for 19th on the school's career interception list with eight, but needs just three to move as high as seventh ... an Iron Terp with the team's third-best strength index ... posted a 37-inch vertical jump, a 335-pound bench, 515-pound squat and 4.5 time in the 40-yard dash in spring testing.

2003 (Junior): Started all 13 games at the field corner position ... a second team All-ACC pick ... tied for fourth in the ACC and the team lead with three interceptions along with Madieu Williams ... also finished the season with 45 tackles (38 solo), one touchdown, six PBUs and one fumble recovery ... (vs. UVa) ... recorded two solo tackles with one PBU ... made a leaping play in the middle of the field to knock down a pass in the third quarter ... (vs. UNC) ... had a good game with five solo tackles, one PBU and one interception ... interception came in the second quarter as he made a leaping grab after breaking off his coverage ... had a return of 20 yards on the play ... (vs. CU) ... finished with two solo tackles and two PBUs ... made a diving effort to deflect a pass on third-and-eight in the second quarter, forcing a Tiger punt ... second PBU of the game came on a key fourth-and-one situation in the third quarter when he hit the Tiger receiver as soon as he touched the ball, knocking the ball loose and forcing a turnover on downs ... (at EMU) ... finished with three tackles (two solo) ... added one PBU ... had the Terps' lone interception of the game, his second on the season ... interception came on a third-and-one, when he stepped in front of the receiver on a quick out and took it 44 yards for a touchdown ... (vs. The Citadel) ... deflected a pass on a third down in the second quarter, forcing a Bulldog punt ... recorded one assisted tackle ... was the team's highest-graded defensive back ... (at FSU) ... recorded a career-high nine tackles (all solo) ... chased down P.K. Sam from the opposite side of the field to save a TD in the second quarter ... hit an FSU receiver just as he caught the ball in the third quarter, keeping the play to a 2-yard gain ... (at NIU) ... had the Terps' lone interception of the game, a diving effort in the fourth quarter ... added three tackles (two solo).

2002 (Sophomore): Started all 14 games ... a first team All-ACC selection in his first full year as a starter ... posted 54 tackles (46 unassisted), five interceptions, 17 pass breakups and two fumble recoveries ... ranked 15th in the NCAA in passes defensed (1.64 per game) and 46th in interceptions (0.36 per game), totals that ranked first and fourth, respectively, in the ACC standings ... (Peach Bowl vs. UT) ... had five tackles (all solo), one fumble recovery and three pass breakups ... (at CU) ... made an interception on Clemson's first play of the fourth quarter and returned it nine yards ... had three tackles (two solo) ... had a TD-saving tackle on kickoff coverage, running down Justin Miller after he had broken free for 76 yards ... had two pass breakups ... (vs. NCSU) ... had a huge game ... made a key interception early in the fourth quarter at the Maryland 36 and returned it 26 yards to NCSU 38-yard line ... the resulting Terp drive led to a TD ... had a pass breakup on a third-down play on the drive following his INT ... had a career-high eight tackles (seven solo) ... (at Duke) ... made an interception on Duke's first drive of the second half ... notched five solo tackles ... added a pass breakup ... (vs. GT) ... scored first career TD on a 12-yard fumble recovery and return in the fourth quarter ... had five pass breakups ... tied for third on the team with six tackles, five solo ... (at WVU) ... made second career interception in the third quarter, returning it 15 yards ... had three pass breakups, including a leaping deflection inside the Terp 10-yard line in the first quarter ... (vs. EMU) ... made his first career interception in the first quarter at the Terps' 2-yard line, halting the Eagles' best touchdown-scoring chance of the day ... had a return of 14 yards on the pick ... also registered a pass breakup and a solo tackle.

2001 (Freshman): Started the final two games of the regular season and saw playing time in the Orange Bowl ... finished the season with eight tackles (all solo), one tackle for loss and two pass breakups ... was slated to redshirt before injuries necessitated his start vs. Clemson ... one of four true freshmen to see playing time ... (vs. CU) ... made his first appearance in a Maryland uniform and got the start at one of the cornerback spots ... played an outstanding game, finishing with five solo tackles and one TFL ... also defended two passes ... participated in spring drills after graduating early from high school.

High School: Graduated from Western Tech High School in Baltimore in the fall of 2000 ... accumulated enough credits to graduate early and enroll at Maryland in the spring ... a three-year starter at defensive back and tailback ... also handled kick returns ... racked up 4,871 career all-purpose yards and a school-record 43 TDs ... ran for 1,369 yards (school record) and 22 TDs as a senior ... also caught three TDs, passed for four and ran two kicks back for scores ... accounted for 2,037 all-purpose yards as a senior ... as a cornerback, recorded a school-record 14 interceptions ... had 170 yards rushing and scored on a 62-yard run in the inaugural I-95 Challenge Senior All-Star Football Classic en route to being named the game's MVP ... rushed for 1,040 yards, had 73 tackles and five interceptions as a junior ... an All-American and all-region selection by SuperPrep ... was the third-rated player in the region overall and the sixth-rated defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep ... a consensus all-state defensive back and Big School All-State choice by Associated Press ... earned first team All-Metro and All-Baltimore County honors from the Baltimore Sun ... a first team all-county pick at defensive back as a junior ... benches 230 and squats 345 ... carried GPA of better than 3.0 ... ran track as a freshman but gave it up to concentrate on football ... listed NC State, Purdue and Pittsburgh among the 13 scholarship offers he received ... high school coach was Jason Blind.

Personal: Domonique Foxworth is the son of Lorinzo and Karin Foxworth ... majoring in American studies.

Defense G-GS UT AT TT/Avg TFL Sacks Int. 2001 2-2 8 0 8/4.0 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 2002 14-14 46 8 54/3.9 0.0-0 0.0-0 5-64 2003 13-13 38 7 45/3.5 0.0-0 0.0-0 3-64 Career 29-29 92 15 107/3.7 1.0-3 0.0-0 8-128