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National Signing Day 2015: Where will Maryland's top remaining targets end up?

Breaking down the favorites for Isaiah Prince, Quarvez Boulware and other Terp prospects.

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There's one last visit weekend before Signing Day, with pens hitting paper Wednesday, February 4. Maryland's class is almost done, but there are five major players still on the board (or at least sort of still on the board) that can fill out the haul.

Isaiah Prince, OT

Prince committed to Alabama last weekend, but rumor has it he was pressured into that decision and is still interested in Maryland and Ohio State. Prince took a secret visit to Columbus this past weekend, and is planning to be in College Park this upcoming weekend. If he does make that trip, I'd peg Maryland as the favorite. If he doesn't, I'd say Ohio State.

Ryan Davis, WR

There hasn't been much Maryland-Davis talk in recent weeks, but Stefon Diggs' departure to the NFL should have helped the Terps' minuscule chances with the blue-chip Florida prospect. Most recruiting folks are pretty convinced he's headed to Florida, so don't hold your breath on this one.

Quarvez Boulware, OC

Yes, Quarvez Boulware. The four-star interior lineman reportedly committed to Maryland on a visit earlier in January, but has never publicly confirmed the commitment. He took a visit to Wake Forest last weekend (something Randy Edsall has not historically allowed in the past without a decommitment) and is scheduled to visit Florida this weekend. Wake's been a favorite of his since the beginning of the process and Florida's new staff has come on strong, but the rumor has been Boulware's commitment was intended to be silent and was accidentally made public. He's still widely expected to end up in College Park, but the Gators need offensive line help and will put on the press this weekend.

Kai Locksley, QB

The son of Maryland's offensive coordinator, Locksley has been committed to Florida State since July. He's since taken an official visit to Texas, indicating his recruitment is at least partially open. There's been no real indication that the Terps are realistically still in the picture, but he's someone to keep an eye on at least due to the family connection. Like Davis, this is a longshot at best.

Austrian Robinson, DE

The second-best prospect in the state of New York, Robinson has named Maryland his leader publicly a few times now. He trimmed his list to four earlier this month, narrowing it down to the Terps, Ohio State, Ole Miss and Miami. He then canceled his scheduled trip to Columbus for this upcoming weekend, likely making it a three-team race.