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Here’s who’s visiting for Maryland football’s big recruiting barbecue

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July is a time for football programs all over the country to host big recruiting events to get as many of their top targets as they can in one place at the same time. This weekend, it’s Maryland’s turn.

It’s the last weekend before the August dead period, which gives DJ Durkin and the Maryland staff the last crack at recruits before they go back to their fall camps. The Terps have made it through the first half of summer with many of their top targets still on the board, and a majority of Maryland’s targets who have committed have pledged to play in College Park.

That makes for an intriguing weekend at Maryland, with a slew of visitors expected on campus this Saturday. So without further ado, here’s who Testudo Times can confirm will be in College Park this weekend:

Will attend

Recruit Position Rank Year
Recruit Position Rank Year
Spencer Anderson OT 0.8466 2018
Brian Cobbs WR 0.8402 2018
Raiqwon O'Neal DT 0.8388 2018
Tyler DeSue QB 0.8656 2018
Jaelyn Duncan OT 0.9241 2018
Dontay Demus Jr. WR 0.8615 2018
Ed Hendrix WR 0.8696 2018
Vincent Flythe CB 0.8536 2018
Noah Boykin S 0.8668 2018
TJ Bradley OT 0.8678 2018
Chance Campbell LB 0.841 2018
Mychale Salahuddin RB 0.9199 2018
Jalen Alexander DT 0.8269 2018
Jeshaun Jones WR 0.8422 2018
Hamilton Hall OT N/A 2018
Keilan Robinson RB N/A 2019
Tayvion Land DB 90 2019
Zamar Wise QB N/A 2019
Valerian "VJ" Johnson WR N/A 2020
Bryan Bresee DE N/A 2020
Keontae Jenkins DB N/A 2020
Bold = Maryland commit

Four-star defensive end Eyabi Anoma will also reportedly be there.

And here’s who we’re expecting, but were unable to officially confirm:

Expected, but not confirmed

Recruit Position Rank Year
Recruit Position Rank Year
Nihym Andersom LB 0.8512 2018
Rasheed Walker OT 0.95 2018
Qadir White OT 0.8931 2018
PJ Mustipher DT 0.955 2018
Chigoziem Okonkwo TE 0.864 2018
Tyler Baylor DE 0.8696 2018
Amad Anderson ATH 0.8615 2018
Joachim Bangda RB N/A 2019
Jamal Speaks RB 0.944 2019
Coziah Izzard DE N/A 2020
Bold = Maryland commit

Here’s who told us “maybe”:


Recruit Position Rank Year
Recruit Position Rank Year
Sheridan Jones DB N/A 2020
Nehki Meredith WR N/A 2020

And finally, we know that Maryland commits Raymond Boone, Austin Fontaine, Evan Gregory, Durell Nchami and Maleak Bryant will not be present because their teams will have already started camp. Maryland targets Keshon Artis, Darryl Jones and Daniel George will not be there.

We’ll keep you updated in the comment section all weekend long as more information becomes available.

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