Roswell, Ga. wide receiver Jayden Comma’s National Letter of Intent is in, and he’s officially a part of the Maryland football program.
‼️COMMA‼️@jaydencomma510 set to go long for the Terps! #Shell17 pic.twitter.com/DqC3xlSdXj— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) February 1, 2017
Comma committed to the Terps in November, and didn’t take any official visits after his October one to College Park. He’s one of four commits from Georgia, all of whom play wide receiver: Carlos Carriere, Jalen Browder and Sean Nelson are the other three.
Comma is the No. 96 wide receiver in the Class of 2017 and the No. 67 recruit in Georgia, according to the 247Sports Composite.
At 6’2, 205 pounds, Comma might be the most ready of the Terps five verbal commits (they since added Tahj Capehart, who flipped on National Signing Day from Virginia Tech) to play right away. Many of the team’s other commits at the position hover around the 180-pound mark, which means they might need need to put some weight on before they can see the field.