According to IMS, Maryland has picked up yet another new football player in what has been a crazy June, as Daniel Adams will transfer to College Park. Adams, a former three-star wide receiver from Hyattsville who went to Northwestern High, comes from New Mexico, and will join former Lobo Zach Dancel (and probably quite a few others) in College Park. He was offered by Illinois, Virginia, and West Virginia, among others, coming out of high school. It's another solid pick-up for the Terps, and wide receiver is a position where they're in need of some depth for the future. But the best part of all this? Nearly all of these guys are in-state. With Locksley, Maryland is making a real effort to keep all of the in-state talent in the state, and if they can keep it up, this will be a completely different program in three years. Update: In the comments, MemphisRaines says Adams has already enrolled in classes and is up to around 230 pounds from his old high school weight of 200, suggesting he'll play tight end at Maryland. Maryland needs even more future depth here, with Matt Furstenburg and Devonte Campbell both graduating and Dave Stinebaugh entering his junior year.