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Maryland recruiting roundup: Player stats, offers, and more

Taking a look at the previous week in Maryland football recruiting

Three-star receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown, offered this week by Maryland.
Three-star receiver Cameron Sullivan-Brown, offered this week by Maryland.
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Player stats

Dwayne Haskins (four-star QB, Potomac MD) was 12/13 for 123 yards at half-time for the Bullis school, but couldn't help them to a victory, as they fell 34-12 to Episcopal.

Tino Ellis (4 star WR, Hyattsville MD) recovered a fumble from his own teammate, Lorenzo Harrison, and took it 52 yards for a touchdown in a 24-14 loss for DeMatha. Harrison (three-star RB, Hyattsville MD) had an incredible 92 yard touchdown run as well.

Keandre Jones (4 star LB, Olney MD) and Travon Stott (three-star CB, Olney MD) connected on a blocked punt, recovery for a TD that helped seal the win for their Good Counsel team. Jones had the block, and Stott the recovery, which gave Good Counsel a 27-21 win over McNamara.

Parnell Motley (3 star WR, Washington DC) had a multiple catch day for nearly 100 yards in H.D. Woodson's 28-18 loss to Woodrow Wilson high school.


Maryland offered three-star WR Cameron-Sullivan Brown out of Laurel, Maryland. Brown's 247 page is here, and here's Testudo Times' here.


Jake Funk, a three-star RB/safety from Damascus, committed to the Terps last week. Funk had offers from Wisconsin, Army, Air Force, Navy, and others. The Washington Post has more, and Funk's 247 page is right this way.


That Lorenzo Harrison touchdown run I referenced earlier which was absolutely incredible? It's right here.