Cornerback Travon Stott signed his National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play college football at Maryland, making his April verbal commitment official.
Stott, of Olney, Md., hails from Good Counsel, the same school that produced five-star receiver Stefon Diggs in the class of 2012. He is rated three stars on the 247Sports Composite, which pegs him as the 30th-best player in Maryland and the No. 108 cornerback in the class of 2016. He committed, of course, to Randy Edsall's staff, but decided to stick with Maryland once DJ Durkin's administration took over in December.
He'll join a thin secondary with lots of new faces, where he could make a quick mark with a strong preseason showing. The Terps could have 11 scholarship cornerbacks on their roster, but there's still not much starting experience at the position beyond Will Likely. Within a year or two, Stott could play a significant role.
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