Fall camps are going on across college football as teams are getting ready for the 2019 regular season.

At Maryland, it’s no different and a certain running running back stood out on Saturday.

Terps fans have certainly heard of Anthony McFarland Jr. before. This won’t be a surprise to them, but McFarland had one run in particular that was an incredibly impressive one:

First off, the hops that McFarland shows here are very nice. We can all acknowledge that. However, look at what he does after the run.

He continues to blow by defenders even after hurdling over one. Usually you’ll see a player lose some speed after using energy hurdling over someone. That didn’t appear to be the case with McFarland here.

He’s got plenty of talent, as he showed in 2018 when he rushed for 1,034 yards a season ago on just 131 carries. That’s a 7.9 yards per carry average, in case you were wondering.

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