Two Rising Football Stars from Maryland Set to Make Their NFL Dreams a Reality

Two Rising Football Stars from Maryland Set to Make Their NFL Dreams a Reality

Corey Bullock, an offensive lineman and graduate of Gwynn Park High School in Accokeek, Maryland, has announced his entry into the NFL draft. Bullock played for North Carolina Central and later for the Terps, earning recognition for his performance. In a social media post, Bullock expressed gratitude to his family, coaching staff, and everyone who supported him throughout his football journey. He stated that he is excited and proud to pursue his lifelong dream of playing at the next level.

Taulia Tagovailoa, former Maryland quarterback and brother of Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, is also making the move to the NFL. Taulia, who started at Alabama before transferring to Maryland, was denied an additional year of eligibility by the NCAA. As a result, he is now focusing on his NFL prospects. Taulia had an impressive career, throwing for a Big Ten record of 11,256 yards, with 76 touchdowns and 37 interceptions.

The 2024 NFL Draft is scheduled to take place in Detroit, Michigan, from April 25th to April 27th. It will be an exciting opportunity for talented college players like Bullock and Tagovailoa to showcase their skills and potentially begin their professional football careers.

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