Georgia receiver Jayden Comma is the 20th player to join Maryland football’s class of 2017, he announced Friday night.
Comma is the No. 75 wide receiver in the class of 2017 and the No. 52 recruit in Georgia, according to the 247Sports Composite.
Comma took his official visit to Maryland back when the Terps ran all over Purdue on Oct. 1. He’s the fourth receiver to join Maryland’s class, along with Sean Nelson, Carlos Carriere and MJ Jarrell. He’s also the fourth Georgia recruit to verbally commit to the Terps, along with Nelson, Carriere and Jalen Browder.
Maryland offensive coordinator Walt Bell likes wide receivers who can block, and Comma certainly seems to fit that build. Here’s the first play of his highlight tape, where he pancakes an opposing cornerback:
As these tend to be, the rest of Comma’s highlight tape is mostly him catching deep balls over helpless defenders.
Comma chose Maryland over other offers including West Virginia, Louisville, Colorado State and Illinois, among other schools.