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Maryland football recruiting roundup: New offers, Naseir Upshur down to Michigan and Florida State

The Terps will lose out on one of the top tight ends in the country, as Naseir Upshur has announced his top two.

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Imhotep Institute (PA) tight end Naseir Upshur has announced a date for his college announcement. The bad news for Terps fans however is Maryland is out of contention, as the No. 5 tight end in the country listed Florida State and Michigan as his final two.

The Terrapins gave a valiant effort in Upshur's recruitment - 2016 quarterback commit Dwayne Haskins labeled Upshur a priority along with the Maryland coaches - but the national level of his recruitment turned out to be too much to compete with. Upshur was in attendance for Maryland's home game against Wisconsin, but four visits to campus weren't enough.

New offers: (All ratings according to the 247Sports Composite)

  • 2017 Frisco, TX (Frisco) offensive guard Jack Anderson. The five-star prospect measures in at 6'4.5, 285 pounds, and holds an astonishing 42 offers as he enters his junior season.

  • 2018 Virginia Beach, VA (Bayside) outside linebacker Teradja Mitchell. The 6'2, 205-pound sophomore holds 15 offers, including Florida State, Ohio State, Georgia and Miami (FL)

Other News:

  • 2016 St John's College (D.C.) defensive end Terrell Hall was offered by Arizona State, per Adam Friedman of Rivals.

  • Hudson, FL (Hudson) offensive tackle Grayson Stover has scheduled an official visit to Vanderbilt, and is considering official visits to Maryland and Indiana, per Corey Bender of Scout. Stover's 247Sports crystal ball leans in favor of the Terps at 71%.

  • 2017 DeMatha defensive end Chase Young received an offer from Michigan State. The Spartans are the ninth school to have offered the rising junior.

  • Clairton, PA (Clairton) defensive back, running back Lamont Wade lists Ohio State, UCLA, Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Penn State as the schools he likes the most, per Chris Anderson of Maryland stood out briefly, as Wade made visiting College Park a priority as the summer began.