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MM 5.30: Maryland football makes three-star offensive lineman’s top three

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

Coffeyville Community College transfer offensive lineman Kevin Kalonji announced his top three schools Monday, with Maryland among the trio.

The Silver Spring, Maryland native was a four-star recruit out of high school, before deciding to play junior college ball. Per the 247Sports Composite, he is the No. 27 ranked juco prospect in the country.

Kalonji visited College Park last week in what was his last official visit. Both Maryland and Houston gave him an offer this past Saturday.

The Terps’ offensive line depth is an area of concern after they lost three linemen in the NFL draft process and two possible starters to the portal.

Head coach Mike Locksley continues to look for reinforcements on the line of scrimmage as the season quickly approaches.

In other news

Maryland baseball was selected as the No. 2 seed in the Winston-Salem Regional. Jon Iacovacci had the story.

Maryland baseball shared an exclusive look at its tournament title-clinching win against Iowa.

Former Terp Diamond Miller stuffed a shot from Las Vegas Aces star Candace Parker.

Maryland women’s golf finished the season ranked No. 36 in the country.