Class of 2021 Florida athlete Charles Montgomery narrowed his list down to a top two Thursday, with the Florida Gators and Maryland Terrapins battling for his pledge.
Montgomery is ranked as the No. 235 prospect in the nation, the No. 32 player out of Florida and the No. 14 athlete, according to the 247Sports Composite.
This latest narrowing down comes after Montgomery released a top seven of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nebraska, Penn State and South Carolina. He holds 24 total offers, according to 247Sports.
Montgomery made a visit to College Park in early March which helped the Terps make an impression before the top seven was released, and the relationship has seemingly progressed well in the two months since.
The plan, according to Montgomery’s tweet, is to announce his commitment to either Florida or Maryland on May 24.
In other news
Maryland men’s basketball made the top-four for 2021 target Benny Williams.
Top 50 junior Benny Williams has narrowed his list of schools to Georgetown, Maryland, Miami and Syracuse, he tells @247Sports. Williams goes in-depth about the schools remaining and his situation. | Story: https://t.co/Pah54UePsS pic.twitter.com/L0SJE5dXiR— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) April 30, 2020
Maryland basketball’s countdown of the top-20 moments of the season has reached No. 7, with Jalen Smith’s emphatic block to seal the win against Nebraska taking that spot.
Maryland men’s basketball posted an NBA throwback of two Terp legends.
Juan and Stevie Franchise— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) April 30, 2020
MARYLAND L3GENDS pic.twitter.com/mWOHPGobD1
Maryland football four-star Class of 2021 DT target Marcus Bradley will be committing Friday at 2 p.m.
Maryland football target Marcus Bradley will announce his commitment Friday at 2 p.m.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) April 30, 2020
The four-star DT from Quince Orchard is teammates with Terp commit Demeioun Robinson and spoke positively with me about head coach Mike Locksley and the program earlier this month. https://t.co/4nACwif7jY
Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese celebrated a big birthday Thursday.
Maryland baseball pitcher Tyler Blohm will be taking advantage of the extra season afforded to 2020 seniors due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Tyler Blohm returning, Maryland baseball could take a big leap in 2021.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) May 1, 2020
Maxwell Costes was named the No. 3 first baseman in the country by D1 Baseball. The site named Sean Burke as the most impressive freshman. Five other Terps are ranked or noted as top prospects. https://t.co/VPFSyW0Bve