Career: Finished career ranked 18th in Maryland history in career passing yards (2,958) and career completions (218).
As a Senior (2016): Appeared in all 13 games, primarily as the holder ... Completed 7-of-13 passes for 93 yards vs. #6 Ohio State (11/12) ... Made first QB appearance of season in relief of the injured Perry Hills in the second quarter at #2 Michigan (11/5), completing 12 passes for 203 yards ... Converted a 2-pt conversion vs. Purdue (10/1) with a pass to Kenneth Goins.
As a Redshirt Junior (2015): Appeared in 10 games, making four starts at quarterback and also serving as holder ... completed 76 passes for 894 yards and six touchdowns ... started first game since 2013 agaisnt USF (9/19), passing for four TD's and 297 yards ... became first Maryland quarterback to throw for four TD's since Danny O'Brien in 2010 ... completed 10 passes for 67 yards at West Virginia (9/26) ... relieved Perry Hills in fourth quarter vs. Wisconsin (11/7), passing for 97 yards and a touchdown ... started first half against Indiana (11/21), completing 10 passes for 88 yards and a touchdown before injury ... relieved Perry Hills in second quarter at Rutgers (11/28), completing 16 passes for 239 yards and scrambling for a career-high 98 yards.
As a Junior (2014): Appeared in four games this season before suffering a season-ending injury … completed 63 percent of throws for 489 yards and five touchdowns ... completed 7-of-11 passes for 75 yards and a touchdown against James Madison (8/30) … came off the bench for an injured C.J. Brown and completed two passes, including a 26-yard TD pass to Jacquille Veii, against West Virginia (9/13) … completed 13 passes for 173 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions against Ohio State (10/4).
As a Sophomore (2013): Appeared in seven games with two starts ... replaced the injured C.J. Brown in the second quarter against Florida State (10/5) ... completed nine passes for 119 yards and ran for 18 yards on five carries ... started against Virginia (10/12) and completed 18 passes for a career-high 332 yards and a touchdown ... threw for 207 yards and a touchdown against Wake Forest (10/19) ... completed 20 passes for 287 yards and a career-high three touchdowns in a start against Clemson (10/26).
As a Freshman (2012): Played in two games at quarterback after taking over for the injured Perry Hills … saw first collegiate game action against NC State (10/20) … entered the game with 0:32 remaining, down 20-18, and drove Maryland 61 yards on three plays … sandwiched completions of 17 and 33 yards with an 11-yard run to setup a 33-yard field goal attempt that would have won the game … started against Boston College (10/27) and threw for 240 yards, including a long pass of 66 yards … became just the fourth freshman starter at quarterback in school history in that games (Randall Jones, 1998; Latrez Harrison, 1999; Perry Hills, 2012) threw for two touchdowns against the Eagles … tore his ACL on the final drive against the Eagles and missed the remainder of the year.
At Blue Ridge High School: One of the top-rated players in South Carolina … ranked 15th among players in the state and No. 26 nationally among pro-style quarterbacks by Rivals.com … rated No. 12 overall in the state and 22nd nationally among pro-style signal-callers by 247Sports.com … the 30th-rated overall QB prospect in the country by Scout.com … passed for 2,722 yards and 33 touchdowns with only seven interceptions as a senior … also had three rushing TDs in 2011 … led the Tigers to a 8-3 record and the South Carolina Class AAA playoffs as a senior … an honorable mention all-state pick in 2011 … quarterbacked the South Carolina team in the 2011 Shrine Bowl … ﬁnalist for South Carolina Mr. Football … passed for 2,680 yards and 27 touchdowns as a junior … ﬁnished high school with over 7,600 yards passing and 78 passing touchdowns in only 31 games … also recruited by Wake Forest, Clemson, and NC State … coached by Wade Cooper.
Personal: Born in Chattanooga, Tenn. … parents are Dave and Janice Rowe … has three siblings, Joseph, Chris and Lauren … enjoys playing the piano and guitar in his free time … lists Drew Brees as his favorite NFL player … majoring in American studies.
Completions - 23 (at Boston College, 10/27/12)
Passing Attempts - 46 (vs. Clemson, 10/26/13)
Passing Yards - 332 (vs. Virginia, 10/12/13)
Long Completion - 77 yards (vs. Virginia, 10/12/13)
Touchdown Passes - 4 (vs. USF, 9/19/15)
Rush Yards - 98 (at Rutgers, 11/28/15)