Maryland football lost its best verbal commitment since Stefon Diggs on Monday night when five-star defensive end Joshua Kaindoh announced he was reopening his recruitment.
It wouldn’t have been outrageous to wonder if fellow Maryland commit Cam Spence, Kaindoh’s former teammate at IMG Academy who visited Penn State with him over the weekend, was going to follow him out the door.
There wasn’t any evidence to suggest Spence would do so, but he squashed any of those thoughts with this tweet:
Still Holding on Strong. Every Team rebuilds eventually....— Cam Spence (@Only1CamSpence) November 29, 2016
Spence is one of five four-star recruits still committed to Maryland. Cornerback Deon Jones, Maryland’s top-rated remaining commit, tweeted this as rumors of Kaindoh’s decommitment started to swirl:
I Do Not Care About The Situation We Are In, I AM 100% COMMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND !— Deon Jones (@DreamChasin_2) November 23, 2016
Four-star quarterback commit Kasim Hill has yet to tweet anything out, but he was in attendance last week for Maryland basketball’s win over Towson.