COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - It's taken freshman Stefon Diggs only four games to establish himself as a standout receiver, sensational kick returner and sideline cheerleader.
Given the fashion in which Diggs has adapted to the college game at Maryland, there's no telling how good he will be four years from now - if he sticks around that long.
A five-star prospect coming out of Good Counsel (Md.) High School, Diggs has already justified the hype. He ranks second in the Atlantic Coast Conference with 160.5 all-purpose yards per game and leads the Terrapins in touchdowns (three) and yards receiving (259).
Fifth-year Maryland senior A.J. Francis says of Diggs: "He's so good as a freshman, it's hard to believe."
The Terps (2-2) open ACC play Saturday at home against Wake Forest.