With two days remaining until National Signing Day, Maryland remains in the mix for at least one high-profile Floridian. Not Byron Cowart, the five-star defensive tackle who doesn't have the Terrapins in his final two, but Ryan Davis. UMD is certainly a long shot for the four-star wide receiver from Lakewood High School in St. Petersburg, but wide receivers coach Keenan McCardell has aggressively pursued him at times and Davis visited College Park as recently as September.
- Quarvez Boulware, the four-star prospect from Washington who was once reportedly committed to Maryland, has still taken visits since his alleged decision. During the past two weekends, the interior lineman from Friendship Collegiate Academy Public Charter School took official visits to Wake Forest and Florida. The Terrapins still remain the favorite.
- Tino Ellis, a four-star athlete from DeMatha Catholic High School and the No. 10 player in Maryland for the Class of 2016, set July 31 as his decision date and named UMD as part of his current top five. Ellis plays wide receiver and safety at DeMatha Catholic.
COMMITMENT DATE 7/31/15‼️.Also my top 5 according to this day ,it may change. pic.twitter.com/PAtBQhKGFQ— Tino Ellis (@IamTinoEllis) January 30, 2015
- Another top DeMatha player from the Class of 2016 will finish his high school career elsewhere. Four-star tackle JP Urquidez will play his senior season at Copperas Cove High School in Texas, 247sports reports. The Terps offered Urquidez in April.
- After being committed to the Terrapins for more than six months, three-star safety Jameel Cook took a last-minute official visit to Indiana and flipped his commitment to the Hoosiers.
When something is right it just feels right and Bloomington is right for me! #CrimsonArmy15 #IUFF #IU19 pic.twitter.com/REpCwYiplY— Antwon Cook (@SweetD_JC) February 1, 2015