Three-star cornerback Vincent Flythe will officially be a part of Maryland football after signing his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday.
Flythe currently attends H.D. Woodson High School in Washington D.C., and is the 64th-rated cornerback in the class of 2018, per 247 Sports Composite. He announced that he would play for the Terps back in June, choosing Maryland over Georgia, Wisconsin, Louisville and Temple.
He joins what is a relatively modest cornerback class for the Terps, as he is just one of two current CB signees for 2018. His teammate and four-star cornerback Noah Boykin, however, plans to sign his Letter of Intent this February.
It’ll be interesting to see how Flythe fits in the 2018 defense. While Maryland is losing JC Jackson and Josh Woods this year, there is still some returning talent that should lead to competition in the secondary in Darnell Savage, RaVon Davis, Tino Ellis, Antoine Brooks and four-star redshirt freshman Deon Jones.
Flythe plans on graduating from H.D. Woodson early, having taken classes this past summer so he could join the Terps for spring practice.