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Evan Mulrooney
Player Profile:
Evan Mulrooney 1194730
Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 295
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Wilmington, Del.
High School: Salesianum HS
Experience: 1 Letter

As a Senior (2015): Started all 12 games at center ... an Academic All-Big Ten selection ... helped Maryland offense total 182.5 rushing yards/g - most since 2003 ... Terps totaled eclipsed 2,000 rushing yards for the first time since 2011 ... helped running back Brandon Ross lead Big Ten with 6.4 yards per carry and an Honorable Mention All-Big Ten nod ... Maryland had five games with more than 200 rushing yards, including 715 rushing yards over the last two games of the season ... helped team gain 401 rushing yards in season finale victory at Rutgers (11/28) - the first time the team had eclipsed 400 yards since 1999 ... helped Perry Hills run for a Maryland quarterback record 170 yards at #1 Ohio State (10/10).

As a Junior (2014): Appeared in one game during the season, playing at Wisconsin (10/25) ... missed most of the season to injury.

As a Sophomore (2013): Appeared in seven games in a reserve role at center and on special teams.

As a Redshirt Freshman (2012): Appeared in seven games including five starts at center … made his first career start against North Carolina State (10/20) … helped Maryland rush for 206 yards against the Tar Heels … part of the line against Boston College (10/27) that led Maryland to 337 yards of total offense … helped Maryland rush for 144 yards against Georgia Tech (11/3) … part of the line that led Maryland to 139 yards rushing against Clemson (11/10).

As a Freshman (2011): Served a redshirt season as a reserve offensive lineman.

At Salesianum High School: One of the top players in the state as a senior, ranking No. 4 according to … ranked as the 15th-best center in the country by … a 2010 first team all-state selection … team averaged over 300 yards of offense and 30 points per game his senior year … helped lead his team to state semifinals his senior year … team won state championship as a junior …also considered North Carolina State and Virginia Tech … coached by Bill DiNardo.

Personal: Born in Wilmington, Del. … favorite all-time Terp is Randy White … volunteers with the Best Buddies program and participates in its annual walk in College Park ... majoring in American studies. 

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