Maryland wrestling continued its positive trend on the recruiting trail, with the Terps’ 2021 recruiting class landing at No. 8 in the nation, according to rankings from Intermat.
The Terps’ class was headed by Adrien Cramer, an All-American and the No. 76 senior in the class, and Missouri native Ethen Miller, the No. 8 145-pound wrestler in the class.
Head coach Alex Clemsen and his staff also managed to bring in Jaxon Smith, a three-time state champion in Georgia, Braxton Brown, a three-time state champion from Texas, Gaven Bell, a three-time county champion in New York, Sam O’Brian, a Damascus High School product who placed third in Maryland and Kevin Schork, who was a three-time state finalist in Virginia.
Despite lackluster showing on the mat, Clemsen and his staff have been able to pitch their rebuild and attract high-level talent from across the country.
In Other News
Maryland men’s lacrosse attacker Jared Bernhardt was named USA Lacrosse Magazine’s Division I Men’s Player of the Week.
Maryland football officially announced the addition of quarterback Reece Udinski.
Maryland football has officially announced the addition of graduate transfer QB Reece Udkinski. @ReeceUdinski finished his career at VMI as the school's leading passer with 7,877 passing yards — sixth most in SoCon history.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) May 12, 2021
He figures to be the second scholarship QB this fall.
The Terps also made the top seven of four-star 2022 running back Ramon Brown.
Maryland football has made the top seven of four-star 2022 RB Ramon Brown.— Wes Brown (@W_Brown21) May 12, 2021
The Manchester High School (Va.) product had previously locked in an official visit to College Park in June when the dead period is lifted. https://t.co/uBRMeiAo3K
Maryland men’s soccer Paul Bin was named a United Soccer Coaches All-Region Selection after finishing the 2021 season with three goals and one assist through nine total appearances.
Shout out to our guy— Maryland Soccer (@MarylandMSoccer) May 12, 2021
Paul Bin is a United Soccer Coaches All-Region Selection! pic.twitter.com/fxrij8leyy
Maryland women’s golf advanced to the championships after the NCAA Regional in Baton Rouge was canceled.
Maryland men’s lacrosse unveiled newly designed helmets that it’ll be wearing this weekend.