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3-star WR Jayden Comma is announcing on Friday, and Maryland football is in the mix

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

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Three-star wide receiver Jayden Comma will announce his commitment at 7 p.m. on Friday night, and the Terps are one of two likely options alongside West Virginia. Comma is the No. 76 wideout in the class of 2017, according to the 247Sports Composite.

247Sports’ Crystal Ball gathers the opinions of recruiting “experts,” and they seem to like Comma’s chances of committing to Maryland.

If he commits to Maryland, he’ll be the fourth wide receiver in the Terps’ 2017 class, joining Sean Nelson, Carlos Carriere and MJ Jarrell. He’d also be the fourth Georgia recruit to commit to Maryland this cycle, joining Nelson, Carriere and linebacker Jalen Browder, who just committed last week.

247Sports and Rivals both measure Commas 6’2, which would tie him with Nelson and Jarrell. Carrierre, meanwhile, is 6’5. All four are taller than any receiver Maryland has on scholarship.

In other news

Maryland football made a three-star linebacker recruit’s top eight.

Maryland field hockey raked in some awards.

Maryland basketball’s Ivan Bender fractured his wrist, and Mark Turgeon didn’t give a timetable for his return.

Maryland football’s Melvin Keihn will reunite with his high school coach and guardian, guardian?, who’s now an assistant at Michigan.

Maryland field hockey beat Rutgers to move on to the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament.

Profiles in Terpage: Micah Thomas, Jenna Staiti.

Three Maryland field hockey players earned awards from the Big Ten.