Dwight Morrow (N.J.) star picked Maryland over Pitt, Georgia, WVU on Friday
Maryland's latest commitment will be a familiar name to Terps football recruiting followers.
The 2014 Maryland football recruiting class has its headliner.
To the Coatesville (Pa.) Area Senior High coaching staff, incoming ninth-grader Tyler Burke seemed “destined” to be the school’s quarterback of the future. Until he suited up for the Red Raiders’ freshman team at linebacker.
Maryland football snagged an under-the-radar class of 2014 recruit this weekend when Brett Kulka committed to the program.
The Maryland football program tapped into Ohio this weekend for its latest 2014 commitment.
The Maryland football team added a monster to its defensive line when Frankenshaw committed to the program Monday morning.
On his way to Virginia in January, Johnathan Thomas decided to make a quick stopover at Maryland. The three-star running back from St. John’s Prep in Danvers, Mass., got a tour of the campus and met with coach Randy Edsall, who offered him a scholarship “right on the spot.”
For as long as Will Ulmer can remember, Maryland has been his favorite college football team. The Terps’ well-documented struggles never seemed to bother the St. John’s (D.C.) quarterback.
The significance of his commitment to Maryland wasn’t lost on Jared Cohen. The McDonogh offensive lineman is the first Terps pledge in the 2014 class – a group that will never play in the Atlantic Coast Conference.