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Maryland football recruiting roundup: New offers, Terps make final 5 for Joe Goff

The Terrapin coaching staff extended five scholarships this past week, including two from the state of Texas.

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Here is all of the Maryland football recruiting news from this past week.

New Offers: (All ratings according to the 247sports Composite)

  • 2017 Bellaire (TX) Episcopal four-star wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon. Maryland was the first school to offer the 6'2, 190-pound prospect, per 247Sports.

  • 2016 McKeesport (Penn) linebacker Tymar Sutton was offered on May 7th, per Adam Friedman of Rivals. Sutton stands at 5'11, 210 pounds and holds offers from West Virginia, Army, Toledo and Wisconsin, among others.

  • 2016 Chesterfield (VA) Lloyd C. Bird athlete Jalen Elliot. The 6'1, 175-pound wide receiver/cornerback is the 38th-ranked athlete in the class of 2016 and the 20th-ranked player in Virginia.

  • 2017 Bellaire (TX) Episcopal offensive tackle Walker Little. His last name is not indicative of his frame however, At 6'7, 301 pounds, the teammate of Jhamon Ausbon holds two offer including Maryland. The Texas Longhorns were the first to offer.

  • 2017 Englewood, (NJ) Pope John XXIII defensive tackle Dayln Wade-Perry. Maryland was the 11thschool to offer the 6'4, 320-pound defensive lineman. The prospect is the 20th-ranked defensive tackle in his class and the 5th-ranked player in the state of New Jersey.

Other News:

  • Michigan State offered 2018 Woodbridge (VA) phenom running back Ricky Slade. Slade visited Maryland in March. 88% of his 247 crystal ball picks are for Ohio State.

  • Fredericksburg (VA) Riverbend 2016 offensive tackle Zach Adams has been on a roll this offseason as he continues to accumulate offers. ECU and Pittsburgh are the latest to offer the 6'7, 310-pound tackle. Adams has scheduled a visit to Texas for June 7th, and is now being recruited by Kansas State, per Taft Coghill Jr. of The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, VA.

  • Dematha Catholic offensive tackle Elijah Johnson received offers from Indiana and Virginia. The 6'5, 315-pound lineman now holds 15 offers.

  • Potomac safety Gregory Ross, who was scheduled to commit on May 2nd before postponing the announcement, received an offer from Clemson.

  • The Bullis School (MD) 2017 safety Damani Neal received an offer from Syracuse.

  • Central Catholic (Penn) 2017 offensive tackle Chris Thorpe received his 10th offer from Arizona State.

  • 2016 Dublin Coffman (OH) offensive tackle Alex Gellerstedt received an offer from Duke. The 6'7, 275-pound prospect was offered by Maryland in April.

  • Wilmington (DE) Concord Inside Linebacker Avery Roberts, who received a Terps offer on April 29th, received an offer from Boston College.

  • Atlee (VA) safety JJ Givens received an offer from Pittsburgh. Givens also received the defensive back MVP award at The Opening Charlotte Regional.

  • Potomac (MD) safety Gregory Ross received an offer from Miami (FL). Ross originally planned on committing May 2nd, but decided to push back his announcement date. The 5'9, 155-pound prospect received five offers since delaying his announcement and now holds 20 offers.

  • 2016 McDonough (MD) safety, wide receiver Eric Burrell picked up offers from Syracuse and Army.

  • 2017 Clairton (Penn) cornerback Lamont Wade received an invitation to the Rivals100 five-star challenge. Maryland offered the prospect in late April. Wade also visited Temple on Sunday.

  • 2016 Imhotep Institute tight end Naseir Upshur received an offer from Oregon. Upshur recently released his list of top-13 schools. A decision is not expected until Signing Day.

  • Alexandria, (VA) Episcopal defensive tackle Joe Goff has narrowed his list to five schools. Navy, North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest consist of the three-star's list. Goff spoke highly of Navy and Virginia Tech back in March.