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Maryland football recruiting roundup: Dwayne Haskins affirms Terps commitment, selected for Under Armour All-America Game

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Time to take a look at some recruit performances and more.

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Player Performances

Keandre Jones (4 star OLB, Olney MD) and Travon Stott's (3 star CB) Good Counsel team beat DePaul Catholic High School 42-28 for their second win of the season. He had 15 tackles and one sack in the game.

Parnell Motley's (3 star WR, Washington DC) H.D. Woodson team suffered a 41-14 loss to Coatesville. They're now 1-2 on the season.

High School All America Game Selections

Dwayne Haskins made his intention to participate in the Under Armour All America Game this past week. The game takes places in Florida in January.

Haskins was excited about working with former player Deion Sanders and former coach Herm Edwards: "You have coaches like Herm Edwards and Deion Sanders and you have a great opportunity to learn from some of the best."

Tino Ellis was also awarded a jersey for the  Under Armour All America game and will participate in it in January. Ellis was one of three players on his DeMatha team to be awarded a spot in the game. Some famous NFL WR's appeared to be a big reason for why Ellis has chosen to participate in the game.

"It's truly an honor to be an Under Armour All American", Ellis said. "It's something I've dreamed about since I was little. Watching guys like A.J. Green and Julio Jones play before me, it makes it real special to be a part of the game and the history." (Quotes from ESPN.)

Commit News

Dwayne Haskins says he doesn't play to take a visit to Florida or any other schools and is firmly committed to Maryland. Haskins told Inside Maryland Sports that "you don't get married to break up" and "if you take an official visit you're basically already decommitted." Certainly nice to see good news on that front, particularly with how Maryland's QB's looked last Saturday vs Bowling Green.