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MM 12.16: Nine Maryland football signees to enroll early

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This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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On Wednesday, the first day of the early signing period, Maryland football signed 20 players in the Class of 2022.

In that group, the Terps added five offensive linemen, four wide receivers, one quarterback, one tight end, four linebackers, three defensive backs and one defensive lineman.

Nine of the incoming Terps will enroll early, per release. That group includes four-star linebacker Jaishawn Barham, three-star linebacker Andrew “Bam” Booker, three-star safety Gavin Gibson, three-star offensive tackle Keon Kindred, three-star offensive tackle Maximus McCree, three-star offensive tackle Ja’Kavion Nonar, three-star offensive lineman Andre Roye Jr., three-star quarterback Jayden Sauray and three-star linebacker Caleb Wheatland.

Those enrolling early will be able to participate in spring practices.

Per 24/7 Sports, as of Wednesday evening, the Terps had the No. 28 recruiting class in the nation and the No. 8 class in the Big Ten.

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Ben Dickson highlighted Maryland women’s soccer’s new head coach, Meghan Ryan Nemzer.

Sam Oshtry wrote a column about what has been said regarding the fans’ role in Mark Turgeon’s departure from the Maryland men’s basketball program.

Maryland women’s basketball highlighted sophomore forward Angel Reese who is having a dominant second season with the Terps and junior guard Ashley Owusu who leads the nation in successful free throws.

Maryland wrestling shared a new edition of Clemsen’s Corner.

Maryland wrestling also shared some information about Coltin Deery who signed with both wrestling and Maryland football on Wednesday.

Maryland women’s soccer shared a video of new head coach Meghan Ryan Nemzer’s introductory press conference.