Maryland surprisingly struggled to capitalize on family ties in the Class of 2015 — Andre Monroe's brother, Ayron, committed to Penn State and Mike Locksley's son, Kai, signed with Texas. Isaiah Davis, however, has decided to keep it in the family.
The three-star outside linebacker from Washington and brother of Terrapins safety Sean Davis signed his National Letter of Intent with UMD on Wednesday as part of National Signing Day.
The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Davis verbally pledged to the Terps in August and could have the chance to play alongside his brother next season. Maryland loses a lot of contributors at linebacker (including three starters), and he could have an opportunity to make an early impact at whichever position he ends up playing.
Davis, who played at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School, chose UMD over offers from Boston College, North Carolina State and Virginia Tech. He's considered a three-star prospect by the 247Sports Composite, ranking as the 122nd-best athlete in the nation and the 47th-best player in D.C.