Five-star quarterback Caleb Williams ventured to College Park this weekend to visit to his hometown school.
The 2021 recruit is the No. 1 dual threat quarterback in his class, the No. 4 overall quarterback and No. 15 overall recruit according to 247 Sports composite.
Williams attended Maryland men’s basketball’s game against Purdue Saturday, where Terps’ football head coach Mike Locksley was seen with Heisman Trophy finalist Jalen Hurts. It’s unclear why Hurts was in College Park, but seeing a quarterback of that caliber has a strong relationship with Locksley could surely help in recruiting the prospect out of Gonzaga College High School.
Hey UMD I’m here...— Caleb Williams (@CALEBcsw) January 18, 2020
Williams’ athleticism and instinct at the position has warranted the high demand for his services. Along with interest from the Terps, Williams has made unofficial visits to Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Penn State, Oklahoma and Oregon.
In other news
No. 17 Maryland men’s basketball relied on its early start to guide it to a 57-50 victory over Purdue Saturday.
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Lila gave her weekly rundown of which college basketball team’s lost ahead of this Monday’s AP Top 25 poll release.
It's that time again, folks.— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) January 19, 2020
This past week of college basketball was especially rough on ranked teams — so much so that for the first time this season, they won't all fit in the character count of a tweet. pic.twitter.com/g4m4sIj0Mk
Here are some highlights from Maryland’s 57-50 victory over Purdue this weekend.
Came home— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) January 19, 2020
Took care of business
Win 1⃣4⃣ pic.twitter.com/PS3bCvPuSB
It seems as if everyone was in town to watch the Terps’ victory.
There are a lot of big names at Xfinity Center to watch the Terps today:— Lila Bromberg (@lilabbromberg) January 18, 2020
-Scott Van Pelt
Can't spell "Undisputed chaMpions of the worlD" without UMD and a #CurlyW.— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) January 18, 2020
Big thanks to @umterps for hosting World Series Champion General Manager and President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo this afternoon.#FearTheTurtle // #FIGHTFINISHED pic.twitter.com/ux9aDBcCbZ
CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein says there’s a lot to like about Maryland men’s basketball, but he doesn’t believe the team is quite there just yet.
Maryland is the most talented team in the Big Ten, but Terps still have something missing.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) January 18, 2020
Whatever "it" is, this team has yet to show.
Have all the requisites.
Here are a few highlights from No. 20 Maryland women’s basketball’s 13th victory.
Antoine Brooks Jr. received a very good grade for his run-defense.
Highest-graded safeties in run-defense:— PFF College (@PFF_College) January 19, 2020
1. Antoine Brooks Jr. - 90.8
2. Alvin Davis Jr. - 90.8
3. Garrett Taylor - 90.2 pic.twitter.com/NhgJB7IqO5
Maryland men's lacrosse emerged from The Shell for the first time when they scrimmaged against UVM.
The Terps gymnastics squad defeated Iowa in their Big Ten opener on Sunday.
WOW! The #GymTerps continue to impress this season, opening at home with a B1G win over Iowa!— Maryland Gymnastics (@TerpsGymnastics) January 19, 2020
▪️Audrey Barber smashes the program-high bars score earning a 9.950
▪️ 1-0 in the Big Ten meets this season
▪️Team-best score 49.275 on both bars and floor#GymTerps pic.twitter.com/tinkVBaIPa
The women’s track & field team took home first place at the Terrapin Invitational.