A lot of the defensive guys, led by Ruben Hyppolite II and Tarheeb Still, will sport sunglasses to boost their look even more, while the wideouts pride themselves on unique suits.
“We all think we dress the best so we try to show it with our suit game on Saturdays,” redshirt senior wide receiver Jeshaun Jones said. “We take pride in trying to wear a nice suit or put a nice combination together.”
Hemby and Rakim Jarrett get a lot of buzz around the team for sporting some of the nicest fits, but there is a consensus best-dressed among the program.
“It’s hard to beat Jakorian Bennett’s suit game,” Brade admitted after the Terps’ season opening win over Buffalo.
Bennett has been a big dresser since he first arrived in College Park, but he turned heads nationally at Big Ten Media Day in July when he sported a custom-made suit with his name engraved on the inside and the Terps’ mantra “TBIA” (The Best Is Ahead) inscribed on his collar.
“I love wearing suits,” Bennett said. “During Media Day, I just wanted to add some Maryland flavor to it. It’s just kinda how I always grew up being from the South. We like suits, bow ties specifically for me. That’s just something I can do to express myself and my style.”