Around the same time it named Perry Hills its starting quarterback for the 2016 opener, Maryland added a guy that could be its QB of the future.
North Carolina signal caller Caleb Henderson will transfer to Maryland, the program announced Wednesday. He was a 4-star recruit in the class of 2014 and redshirted last season.
Henderson was the No. 208 player and No. 10 pro-style QB in the country coming out of Lake Braddock in Virginia.
Hills beat out four quarterbacks for the starting job this fall — Caleb Rowe, Gage Shaffer, Tyrrell Pigrome and Max Bortenschlager.
Henderson will almost certainly have to sit out this fall and will have three years of eligibility left.
Here are Henderson’s high school highlights.