The Maryland football program has focused a lot of its recruiting efforts on its local area (duh), Florida and Southern Virginia in recent weeks. But the Terps are at least poking around on some of the country's better prospects in California.
Brendan Radley-Hiles, a 5'9 or 5'10 (depending on where you look) cornerback from Calabassas in California, announced a Maryland offer late on Wednesday. He's rated four stars by 247Sports and the No. 8 cornerback in the 2018 class.
Radley-Hiles is nicknamed "Bookie," and perhaps that's because he can really book it. He's lightning-fast, claiming a 4.48-second 40-yard dash as a high school sophomore. That's something else.
In other news
4-star guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker commits to Virginia Tech: Terps miss out on 2017 prospect - Testudo Times
It's early, but Maryland missed out on a chance for a good start in its 2017 class.
Maryland beats Penn State, moves to Big Ten lacrosse final - Testudo Times
The Terps are 2-0 against PSU this season.
Maryland women's basketball can turn toward the future after an interesting season - Testudo Times
Thomas Kendziora did a hell of a job on this, including gathering thoughts straight from Brenda Frese on where the Terps have been and where they're going.
Maryland football coaches will appear at popular satellite camps, including one at Old Dominion - Testudo Times
The Terps are going camping. Hope they bring bug spray!
Melo Trimble Set for First Pre-NBA Draft Workout with Clippers – Inside Maryland Sports
The Clippers have Chris Paul, who doesn't strike me as a bad player to learn from.
Maryland baseball leans on veteran players in hopes of earning postseason bid - The Diamondback
The Terps still have a shot to get into the NCAA Tournament.
Podcast: Football recruiting trending upward after 5-star DE Joshua Kaindoh commits - Testudo Times
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