Diggs attended Good Counsel High School in Maryland where he was one of the top wide receiver recruits in the nation. Rivals.com and Scout.com ranked the five-star Diggs the number-two receiver in the country. He was a 2012 U.S. Army All-American as he tallied 770 receiving yards and eight touchdowns his senior year. Diggs also ran for 277 yards and three scores.
Diggs played right away as a true freshman in 2012 for the Terrapins. He finished second in the ACC and eighth in the country with more than 170 all-purpose yards per game. Diggs led the squad with 54 catches for 848 yards and six touchdown catches. He also excelled in the return game, taking a kick-off back 99 yards for a touchdown against North Carolina and finishing second in the ACC in kick return yards per game. Diggs was named the ACC Rookie of the Week three times.
In 2013 Diggs was an All-ACC honorable mention pick by the media and coaches. He suffered a season-ending injury against Wake Forest. Despite missing the final five games of the season, Diggs made the most of the time he had on the field. He had a big non-conference campaign, including 179 yards against Old Dominion and 110 receiving yards against UCONN.
Diggs enters the 2014 season on the Maxwell Award Watch List and a Sporting News first team All-Big Ten selection, among other pre-season honors.
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