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3-star OT Spencer Anderson signs with Maryland football

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The Terps continue to add offensive line depth.

Three-star offensive tackle Spencer Anderson is officially a Terp after signing his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

Anderson, who attends Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Maryland, is the state’s No. 19 prospect and the No. 78 offensive tackle in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite. He verbally committed to Maryland in June over Rutgers, North Carolina, and Boston College.

The 6’5, 270-pounder is one of three potential offensive tackle signees for coach DJ Durkin, with Anderson being the lowest rated of the three. The line will be tough for Anderson to crack immediately, as Maryland will be returning its entire starting line from 2017, as well as most of its backups. He will need to step up his game if he wants to play this season in a competitive position like offensive tackle.

Maryland is building a good rapport with local schools, as shown by Anderson and several other potential signees for the Terps. The local talent pool in the DMV is plentiful for Durkin, with nearly half of the 2018 class coming from the region and several coming from the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.