Maryland Rumors & News

  • Maryland gets top-50 recruit Jaelyn Duncan

    Baltimore Sun "St. Frances rising senior Jaelyn Duncan, one of the top offensive tackle recruits in the country, committed to Maryland on Thursday night. Rated the No. 161 recruit in the 247Sports.com Composite rankings and as high as No. 45 overall nationally by ESPN, Duncan announced on Twitter that he was..." June 16

  • Ray Lewis' son transferring to Maryland

    Orlando Sentinel "This is nothing new to Rayshad Lewis. He knows the task ahead of him. He’s had to prove himself before. The former Bishop Moore star, who helped lead the Hornets to the 2015 Class 5A state championship, has decided to transfer to Maryland after one year at Utah State. He had an impressive..." May 09

  • Maryland hires Jimmy Brumbaugh as co-defensive coordinator

    Washington Post "Maryland football will hire Kentucky assistant Jimmy Brumbaugh to coach its defensive line, a person with knowledge of the situation said Sunday evening. Brumbaugh served as an assistant at Kentucky from 2013 to 2016, and he will replace Mike London, who was hired as Howard’s head coach last..." February 06

  • 4-star RB Cordarrian Richardson commits to Maryland in major Signing Day curveball

    Newark Star-Ledger "Four-star running back recruit Cordarrian Richardson, who visited Rutgers last weekend, has committed to Maryland in a strange end to a stranger recruitment. The Memphis native de-committed from Clemson in December and took visits to Ole Miss, Central Florida and Rutgers. He originally said..." February 01

  • Maryland picks up 4-star RB Anthony McFarland

    Baltimore Sun "Anthony McFarland is a far-from-ordinary talent, a four-star running back from DeMatha rated the nation's No. 3 all-purpose back, No. 2 recruit in Maryland and No. 160 overall player in the 247Sports.com Composite rankings. He has scholarship offers from Alabama, Miami, Penn State and Maryland,..." January 27

  • 4-star recruit Markquese Bell announces commitment to Maryland

    Land of 10 "Maryland continued to stack chips in its 2017 recruiting class. Markquese Bell, a 4-star athlete from New Jersey, verbally committed to the Terrapins during the Under Armour All-America Game on Sunday. He projects as a safety in college. Bell is the No. 188 player and No. 7 athlete in his..." January 02

  • Boston College holds off Maryland in Quick Lane Bowl

    The Sports Xchange "DETROIT -- Throughout the entire season, Boston College coach Steve Addazio could see his team growing in one critical area. "We started the year in Ireland, and we didn't know how to find a way to win yet," Addazio said. "We close the year in Detroit, and along the way here in the last..." December 26

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