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4-star Maryland DE target Terrell Hall: 'There's no place like home.'

If Hall decided to stay home and play for Maryland, it would certainly provide a huge boost to its 2016 class.

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(The above tweet appears to be gone now, but it had been a "turtle" emoji and text that read "There's no place like home." It gets to Maryland's primary appeal with Hall – staying and being great at home – because the Terps are facing down Alabama and a couple of other serious national powers for his services. "Stay home" is the big thing Maryland has going for it.)

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