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Maryland football QB target Tyler DeSue will announce his commitment this Wednesday

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Maryland football recruiting news is about to heat up.

This Wednesday, four-star quarterback Tyler DeSue will announce his commitment. He hasn’t posted a list of top schools, but you can bet Maryland’s in it.

(The “my bad” is because he said Thursday in his original announcement.)

Update: he’s announced his time and place:

Maryland looks like its in the driver’s seat for DeSue. He unofficially visited College Park in late March, and 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions that he’d come to Maryland flew in after that. Devin Leary, the team’s other quarterback recruit, committed to NC State, making DeSue the clear front-runner here.

DeSue attends Bishop Sullivan High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the same school as 2017 Maryland signees Tahj Capehart and Breyon and Brandon Gaddy. The 247Sports Composite ranks him as the No. 12 dual-threat quarterback in the 2018 class, and the No. 8 player in his home state.

UCF and West Virginia appear to be the other major players in his recruitment. We’ll have updates as they come out.

In other news

Sergio Garcia won The Masters in a riveting playoff. Here are the full results from Augusta.

Lamar Johnson watched Darryl Morsell in the Capital Classic this weekend, and has an excellent scouting report on the incoming Maryland guard.

Don Markus asks whether Maryland basketball should be getting more attention right now that it has been in early 2017-18 projections.

Maryland men’s lacrosse took down No. 1 Penn State on Saturday. Maryland women’s lacrosse wiped the floor with Rutgers.

Wright State grad transfer Mark Alstork has Maryland on his large list of potential landing spots.

Here I am over at Bucky’s 5th Quarter, SB Nation’s Wisconsin site, answering some questions about Maryland football’s spring practices.

Maryland baseball only won one of three games against Nebraska this weekend.

Maryland softball did the same against Northwestern.