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This video will make you fall in love with Maryland RB target Anthony McFarland

Welcome to Friday’s Maryland Minute, a short story and roundup of Terps-related news.

Four-star DeMatha Catholic running back Anthony McFarland is one of Maryland football’s highest-ranked targets in the class of 2017. He visited Maryland for the spring game and has the Terps in his top 10.

McFarland is the No. 3 all-purpose back in the country and the No. 2 player in Maryland on the 247Sports Composite. He’d be the highest-profile running back to commit to the Terps in recent memory.

McFarland has more receiving talent than most backs in the country, and he projects as a guy who could see considerable reps in the slot in college. He’s simply one of the best recruits Maryland could land, and would turn this 2017 class into an incredible splash for DJ Durkin.

Alabama seems to be Maryland’s main competition for his services (though that could change), which is something no team in America likes to hear.

In other news

Incoming Maryland freshman Kevin Huerter had a team-high 14 points in USA’s u-18 team’s 70-50 win over Chile.

Here’s what a day of offseason training looks like at Maryland, by CSN.

CBS Sports has Will Likely at No. 50 on their list of the top 50 impact players in College football. Check out the full list here.

Will Ulmer transferred from Maryland after last season. He’ll spend the 2016 season at Iowa Western Community College, but will return to Division I after that. He has an offer to return to Maryland, and is planning out his recruitment.

Neil Delal recapped Maryland basketball players’ performances in NBA Summer league play. They weren’t great.

Profiles in Terpage continues with tight end Andrew Isaacs, who’s finally healthy for 2016.

Maryland women’s basketball has released its nonconference schedule for 2016-17.

I’ll leave you with this: