By Nehki Meredith
Have you ever wondered how the college experience is for a freshman football player?
Bishop Sullivan graduate, Tahj Capehart is a freshman at the University of Maryland. Mr. Capehart was rated a 4 star prospect by Rivals, Scout and ESPN during high school. He played both ways in high school, free safety and wide receiver, but has decided to play wide receiver in college. He’s listed at 5’10, 185 pounds.
“The difference between college and high school is that I have to do everything on My own,” Mr. Capehart said. “I have tutors that travel with me on away games and help me plan my day out, so I won’t miss anything and get all my work done.”
Mr. Capehart has not decided on his major yet, but he plans on choosing soon. He says that the school is exciting, and enjoys hanging and chilling with his teammates daily.
With regard to the football program, Mr. Capehart says he has a very good relationship with the coaches, who, he says they are “overall good guys.” Mr. Capehart enjoys the program.
On his free time Mr. Capehart said, “I try to sleep as much as I can.”