One-time Maryland quarterback Shane Cockerille, a sophomore who was officially moved to fullback for the 2015 season, is listed as a co-backup at the quarterback position on the latest edition of the Terrapins' two-deep depth chart, released on Monday.
Cockerille is listed as a co-backup alongside senior Caleb Rowe, with Perry Hills as the starter. Oklahoma State transfer Daxx Garman is not listed on this week's two-deep.
A lefty from Gilman (Md.), Cockerille was a three-star recruited rated as the 16th-best dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2013 by Rivals.com.
He served a redshirt year during his first season in College Park and appeared in four games on special teams last season. He has been listed as the backup fullback behind Kenneth Goins, Jr. this season.
Andrew Stefanelli takes Cockerille's place behind Goins on the depth chart.
- Sophomore Derrick Hayward is listed as the lone starter at tight end. Against Ohio State, he was a co-starter with P.J. Gallo and Avery Edwards. This week, Gallo backs him up.
- Redshirt freshman Derwin Gray is listed as the backup left tackle behind starter Michael Dunn. He shifts over from the backup right tackle spot. Will McClain is now not listed on the two-deep.
- Sophomore JaJuan Dulaney takes Gray's spot as the backup right tackle.
- Sophomore Jesse Aniebonam lines up as a starting defensive end in place of Roman Braglio, who came down with mono before the game vs. Ohio State. Chandler Burkett backs him up.