Matt Bracken reports in the Sun:
The three-star cornerback prospect from Bowie reopened his recruitment after Ralph Friedgen was dismissed in December. Hendy considered offers from Iowa, North Carolina State and Virginia, but on Tuesday night, he reaffirmed his pledge to the Terps. “It was like 1A and 1B,” Hendy said. “It was a tough decision. I just felt more at home at Maryland. I had maybe a better connection with some of the players already at Maryland than I did at Iowa. It was close, but I felt like Maryland was the place for me.” The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Hendy recorded 30 tackles and five interceptions — including three returned for touchdowns — as a senior. He also caught 33 passes for 592 yards and seven touchdowns.
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