Happy Tuesday, Terps fans. Here's what we're looking at today.
A handful of high-value Maryland football recruits are in Orlando this week for the Under Armour All-America Game, a showcase of the nation's top high school football talent.
Steve Wiltfong is pretty well plugged into this field, and he thinks Maryland's about to add its second four-star offensive guard commitment in the month of December. Davis announces his decision at the Jan. 2 game between Maryland, Michigan and Florida. At Maryland, he'd join Archbishop Carroll's Richard Merritt, who committed a week and a half ago.
4-star QB Dwayne Haskins still committed to Maryland but considering all his options - Testudo Times
The four-star quarterback commit says DJ Durkin is "a good hire" for the Terps.
Four-star receiver Tino Ellis and linebacker Keandre Jones, both committed to Maryland, will be on the same field as Haskins and Davis.
Maryland football losing player personnel director Cory Robinson to Toledo, per report - Testudo Times
The Terps are in the market for a new face in this recruiting-heavy job.
Terps lose to UConn, 83-73 - Testudo Times
A near miss against Goliath for Maryland.
Kiah Gillespie savors chance to play home-state school UConn at MSG - The Diamondback
Monday night was significant for a five-star Terps freshman.
Maryland forward Robert Carter Jr. likely to score more attention - Baltimore Sun
Carter is a popular guy these days.