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MM 7.7: 4-star LB Greg Penn III sets date for his commitment

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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DeMatha Catholic HS product Greg Penn III tweeted Monday that he will announce his college decision on July 12.

The Hyattsville, Maryland, native is a four-star recruit and ranked the No. 9 inside linebacker in the 2021 class, per the 24/7 Sports Composite.

Maryland is currently the lone Crystal Ball Prediction to land the 10th ranked player in the state, per Brian Dohn of 24/7 Sports. Penn also has Alabama, LSU, Tennessee, South Carolina and Texas A&M in his top-six.

Maryland football head coach Mike Locksley has already landed 16 players for the 2021 class, which currently ranks 17th in the nation and fifth in the Big Ten. With the addition of Penn, Maryland’s class would have four four-star commits and 13 three-star commits.

Penn would become the first player out of DeMatha to pledge to the Terps this cycle and the 13th player out of the DMV area.

In other news

Division III transfer quarterback Evan Lewandowski has officially decided to transfer to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater instead of Maryland. “I am very thankful for the opportunity that Maryland gave me but I think it isn’t the best choice for me at this time,” Lewandowski told Testudo Times’ Wesley Brown Sunday.

Maryland football released a highlight video of wide receiver DJ Turner ahead of the 2020 campaign.

Maryland men’s basketball honored its generations of power forwards with this social media post.

Former Maryland baseball player Brandon Lowe celebrated his birthday Monday and the Tampa Bay Rays released a video montage of all of his major league home runs.

Maryland men’s lacrosse’s Connor Calderone and Brett Makar discussed why they love playing at the University of Maryland.