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Week 5: Still played 47 snaps in unbeaten Maryland's smashup of Indiana, 44-17. The corner had no interceptions and recorded no pass breakups. He was targeted twice, allowing receptions on both for 27 total yards. Still, as he has in previous weeks, showed a nose for the ball — the DB was in on six tackles, including two solo. — JH
Week 4: Still's highlight of the day came on his fourth-quarter interception and return off Michigan State backup QB Katin Hauser. But it would've been an even bigger highlight had not Still, at the end of a brilliant weaving return, fallen in the Michgan State 20-yard line with nothing but green in front of him. Aside from that play, Still's coverage was up and down. He did allow only three completions on nine targets, but those completions went for 60 yards, including a long of 33. — JH
Week 3: Still intercepted two of Cavaliers QB Anthony Colandrea's passes, including a terrific sprawling pick in the front corner of the end zone on 3rd-and-10 to deny Virginia a game-tying TD at the start of the fourth quarter. Maryland went on to win 42-14 in a game that was closer than the score indicated. Still did allow six catches on 12 targets for 70 yards, so Colandrea and the Cavs' coaching staff obviously thought they could target the Maryland DB. Still was also penalized once in the game. — JH
Week 2: In 37 snaps, Still was credited with five tackles as Maryland recovered from a slow start to trounce Charlotte, 38-20. The corner was targeted twice, allowing one catch for seven yards, as the Terps' D limited Towson's passing attack to 189 yards. Still was also credited with a QB pressure. — JH
Week 1: Still played 34 snaps in Maryland's season opener, a 38-6 romp over Towson. He did not record any defensive stats — no tackles and no targets in pass coverage. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
* 2021 AP & Bleacher Report All-Bowl Team (Punt Returner)
* 2021 Phil Steele Fourth Team All-Big Ten
* 2021 Pro Football Focus Preseason Second Team All-Big Ten
* 2021 Athlon Sports Preseason All-Big Ten
* 2020 The Athletic Freshman All-American
* 2020 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
* 2020 FBS Leader in Pass Breakups Per Game (two)
2022 (jr): Paul Hornung Award Watch List… Appeared in 12 of 13 Games with 10 starts ... … Totaled 45 tackles (35 Solo), four tackles for loss, one interception and one pass breakup ... Tallied three tackles (two solo) vs. Rutgers (11/26) ... Had five solo tackles and a tackle for loss vs. #2 Ohio State (11/19) ... Tallied three solo tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup at Wisconsin (11/5) ... Notched six tackles (five solo) in win over Northwestern (10/22) ... Recorded first career interception on the first play of the game at Indiana (10/15), also tallying five tackles (three solo) and a tackle for loss ... Tallied four solo tackles vs. Purdue (10/8) ... Led the team with a career-best nine tackles (six solo) in win over Michigan State (10/1), recording a 19-yard tackle for loss ... Recorded three solo tackles at #4 Michigan (9/24)
2021 (soph): Started in all 13 games at cornerback ... Finished fourth on the team with 55 tackles (40 solo) ... Second on the team and sixth in the Big Ten with 11 pass brakups ... Also totaled three tackles for loss for 13 yards, two sacks for 11 yards and had two fumble recoveries, the third most in the Big Ten ... Served as Maryland's primary punt returner, returning 21 punts for 172 yards, including a 92-yard touchdown in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Virginia Tech (12/29) ... Set a Maryland program record for the longest punt return in school history with 92-yard touchdown to open the scoring in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Virginia Tech ... Also had three tackles (two solo) and a pass breakup in the game ... Matched career-high with seven tackles (three solo) in homecoming at Rutgers (11/27), while notching 10th pass breakup of season ... Recovered an Ami Finau forced fumble in second half to go with a career-best six solo tackles and a pass breakup at #8 Michigan State (11/13) ... Has a pass breakup in five straight games ... Blocked a Minnesota kick (10/23) and secured 14th pass breakup of career vs. Gophers ... Led the Terps with a career-best seven tackles (five solo) and tallied a pass breakup at #9 Ohio State ... Tallied two pass breakups and four tackles (three solo) vs. #5 Iowa (10/1) ... Was all over the field in win at Kent State, tallying five tackles (four solo), his first career fumble recovery, a tackle for a two-yard loss and a pass breakup ... Broke up a pass in win at Illinois (9/17) ... Led the Terps with seven tackles (four solo) and posted first career sack early in the game for a 10-yard loss in win over West Virginia (9/4).
2020 (fr): Started all four games played in at cornerback ... Named a Freshman All-American by The Athletic ... Honorable Mention All-Big Ten ... Led the nation with two pass breakups per game ...Had standout day vs. Rutgers (12/12), notching four pass breakups to go with seven tackles (six solo), the most in a single game by any Big Ten player this season ... Tallied four tackles and two pass breakups in standout performance at Penn State (11/7) ... Posted five tackles (four solo) in win vs. Minnesota ... Earned start in Maryland debut at Northwestern (10/24), tallying four tackles.
High school: Attended Timber Creek Regional High in Sicklerville, NJ … Top 20 player out of New Jersey ... Recorded 124 receptions for 2,533 yards and 17 touchdowns over high school career ... Tallied 62 receptions for 1,336 yards and 11 touchdowns receiving in 2019 senior season at Timber Creek HS, while tallying three interceptions ... Named Defensive Back MVP at "The Opening" ... Holds South Jersey record for single season receiving yards ... First Team All-State ... Also played basketball and ran track.
Son of Gary Still ... Brother of Sabreeah (23), Ishaaq (21), Suhaila (20) and Lubanah (10) ... Chose Maryland because of the location and the prestigious reputation of the university ... Sports hero is Deion Sanders ... Chose Maryland over West Virginia, Baylor, NC State, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Purdue, UCF, Duke, UNC, Pitt and Syracuse.
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