Maryland's top-rated recruit in the class of 2016 is officially on board, as DeMatha (Md.) offensive tackle Terrance Davis signed his National Letter of Intent to play for the Terps Wednesday.
Davis announced his verbal commitment in January at the Under Armour All-America Game. The 6'4, 305 lb. guard is the No. 3 guard in the class of 2016 and the No. 2 player in Maryland, according to 247Sports Composite. He was the team's highest-rated recruit even before Dwayne Haskins and Keandre Jones flipped to Ohio State.
He attends DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland, and had offers from Michigan, Alabama, Ohio State and Florida State, among other schools.
Davis adds even more depth on the offensive line, where Randy Edsall had been stocking up on talent for the past few years. The Terps graduate starting guards Andrew Zeller and Ryan Doyle, so there's certainly a chance that Davis sees some playing time as a freshman.
While a highlight tape of an offensive lineman might not seem that exciting, we dare you not to smile at the sight of Davis bulldozing overmatched defensive players.