Maryland football thumped Purdue 50-7 in DJ Durkin’s Big Ten opener, and a slew of Maryland commits and targets were there to see it. Here’s a list of recruits we know were at the game. More could have been there, but here’s what we found:
- Five-star Maryland commit Joshua Kaindoh (247Sports)
- Four-star Maryland commit Cam Spence (He told Testudo Times)
- Four-star Maryland commit Kasim Hill (Twitter)
- 2017 Auburn commit Calvin Ashley (Twitter)
- Three-star tight end Travis Koontz (247Sports)
- Unranked tight end Blake Williams (247Sports)
- Three-star Oregon State commit Quantino Allen (247Sports)
- Three-star wide receiver Jayden Comma (247Sports)
- 2018 defensive end Calvin Carroll (Twitter)
Three-star defensive end B'Ahmad Miller was also in attendance, and he committed to Maryland after the game.
Standing at 6’3, 235, Miller, from St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, is the No. 15 player in Maryland and the No. 32 defensive end in his class, according to the 247Sports Composite.
In other news
- Auburn commit Calvin Ashley, listed above, changed his Twitter profile picture to him with Under Armour CEO and Maryland graduate Kevin Plank. This isn’t necessarily groundbreaking, as Ashley could have just wanted to celebrate the fact that he got to take a pic with Under Armour’s CEO, but it’s interesting nonetheless. Ashley plays for St. John’s, the same school as Spence and Hill.
- Four-star Dematha Catholic running back Anthony McFarland will officially visit the University of Miami for the Hurricanes’ game against FSU this weekend, he tweeted on Monday.
- This week, Maryland offered three-star Virginia athlete Dazz Newsome, the No. 35 recruit in Virginia and the No. 83 athlete in the class of 2017, according to the 247Sports Composite.
- Maryland target and four-star athlete Markquese Bell will officially visit the Florida Gators. Crystal ball has Rutgers in a steady lead for his services.
- Maryland target and three-star cornerback Trey Creamer is scheduled to announce his decision October 15th, the same day as his official visit to Maryland.