Three-star wide receiver Deajaun McDougle, who committed to Maryland football in late July, signed his National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning to officially join the program.
The 5’10, 175-pound wide receiver is ranked as the No. 86 player in Florida and the No. 101 player in the 2020 class, per the 247Sports Composite. He stuck with the Terps despite offers from South Carolina, Alabama, Florida and Oregon, among others.
McDougle surpassed over 2,000 yards during his career at Deerfield Beach High School, helping lead the program to regional championships in his junior and senior years. He was named a first-team all-conference selection in each of those seasons.
He is currently one of three receivers in Maryland’s 2020 class, joining fellow three-star prospects Corey Dyches and Nick DeGennaro. Each will have a lot of competition for playing time next season, as the Terps return nine receivers and Virginia Tech transfer DeJuan Ellis is set to become eligible.
McDougle plans to enroll early in January, making him eligible to compete in 2020 spring practice.