Five-star quarterback Caleb Williams will announce his commitment in less than a month, setting his official commitment date for July 4 in his latest “All on The Line” blog Monday.
“July 4 is the day that fireworks will be shooting up into the sky with all of the commits. The guys and coaches will be going crazy and hopefully the fans go crazy, too.” Williams said in his blog.
Williams, the No. 1 quarterback in the class of 2021 per 24/7 Sports Composite, cut his list of schools down to three last month, with Oklahoma, LSU and Maryland each left vying for the talented dual-threat’s signature.
The Terps are the closest to home option for the Gonzaga (DC) product, as head coach Mike Locksley looks to make Williams his biggest splash yet in recruiting in the DMV area. If signed, Williams would become the highest-rated Maryland commitment in program history.
In other news
Daniel Gregory, brother of former Terp basketball player Dino Gregory, saved hundreds of lives at during a protest in Seattle, risking his health to prevent a car from attacking protestors.
Proud of former Terp Dino Gregory’s brother Daniel, who heroically put himself in harms way to save others at a Seattle protest yesterday. pic.twitter.com/mfGOukRjM8— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) June 8, 2020
44 years ago today, John Lucas was selected with the No. 1 pick in the 1976 NBA Draft.
2x First Team All-American— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) June 8, 2020
3x First Team All-ACC
1976 ACC Athlete of the Year
The legend John Lucas was selected with the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft on June 8, 1976! pic.twitter.com/j0jSOkiX4d
Maryland mens basketball made the top seven for three-star 2021 guard Deivi Jones.
Deivi Jones cuts UK. He never received an offer from the Cats, but they had interest in him a second tier option for 2021.— Travis Graf (@TravGraf_Rivals) June 7, 2020
If an offer comes later on, they could sneak back in. pic.twitter.com/PSLcBpS9AI
Maryland women’s soccer coach Ray Leone released a statement Monday.