Maryland football has officially signed four-star defensive end Demeioun “Chop” Robinson.
The highest-rated recruit for the Terps heading into signing day made it officially Wednesday morning, becoming one of the top pulls for Mike Locksley and his staff.
Robinson is a Quince Orchard product who committed back in March. He ranks as the No. 64 player in the 2021 class, No. 4 weak-side defensive end and No. 3 player from Maryland. he held offers from Alabama, Clemson and Florida, among others.
“Chop” stands at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds and is one of the best edge prospects Maryland has ever reeled in. He plays with great speed and power, while being able to recognize plays and blow them up, whether they be pass or run. Robinson was also selected to play in the 2021 All-American Bowl.
As a junior, Robinson accounted for 85 tackles (61 solo), 14 sacks, three caused fumbles and one interception. He also scored two touchdowns and blocked multiple punts using his edge-rushing ability.
Maryland was able to capitalize on local talent along the defensive front seven, pairing Robinson with four stars Taizse Johnson and Tommy Akingbesote, among a plethora of three-star talents.