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Twins who just decommitted from Tennessee are visiting Maryland this weekend

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

Maryland will be hosting defensive tackle prospects Brandon and Breyon Gaddy this weekend, the former announced Sunday night on Twitter.

Breyon is a four-star prospect rated the No. 19 defensive tackle prospect in the class of 2017, and Brandon is a three-star rated at No. 46.

The twins committed to Tennessee in July, but ended their commitment last week. They’re from Virginia and attend Bishop Sullivan, a high school located about 3 and a half hours from Maryland’s campus. The Terps didn’t appear to be on the Gaddys’ radar when they committed, but that’s clearly changed.

247Sports lists wide receivers coach Chris Beatty as their primary recruiter, but assistant head coach Mike London probably has at least some hand in getting them to College Park so quickly after they decommitted. He gained an excellent understanding of the area in his years as head coach at Richmond and UVA.

In other news

Maryland’s playing Boston College in the Quick Lane Bowl. SB Nation has every bowl game and participant here.

Maryland women’s basketball doubled up UMBC.

Three-star junior college cornerback Alex Woods committed to Maryland.

Wale’s new song name-drops Melo Trimble.

Jaylen Brantley played a huge role against Oklahoma State this weekend.