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Maryland football target Tariq Castro-Fields is announcing his commitment. Experts think he’ll end up at Penn State

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

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[Update: Castro-Fields has delayed his announcement until National Signing Day.]

Maryland would love to have Tariq Castro-Fields play football for the Terps. Unfortunately for them, it looks like he’ll be playing for one of their Big Ten East opponents.

He’s announcing his commitment Monday, and he’s choosing between Maryland, Alabama and Penn State. Castro-Fields announced his top three earlier this month.

Castro-Fields took his official visit to Maryland back on Dec. 10, then visited Penn State on Jan. 13 and Alabama on Jan. 19.

In the past week or so, predictions came rolling in that he’ll end up at Penn State. Here’s his 247Sports Crystal Ball profile:

Castro-Fields did get an in-home visit on Friday from Terps head coach DJ Durkin, defensive backs coach Aazaar Abdul-Rahim, wide receivers coach Chris Beatty and defensive coordinator Andy Buh.

Maybe they were able to turn the tide at the last second, but it really looks like Maryland is out of the running here.

In other news

Maryland women’s basketball beat Rutgers last night on the strength of a big third-quarter run.

Maryland wrestling dropped both of its meets this weekend.

Dez Wells is back with the Oklahoma City Thunder’s D-League team.

The Patriots and Falcons won on Sunday, so that’s your Super Bowl matchup.