Welcome to the Young Terps signing day show, where we recap where everything stands with day one of the early signing window in the rearview mirror as head coach Mike Locksley and the Maryland staff inked a 21-man class in the 2024 recruiting cycle.
Of course, there’s one more target that fans are waiting on as five-star Colorado verbal Jordan Seaton enters Thursday still a prime target without firm plans for signing his letter of intent. Whether the blue-chip prospect ultimately lands in Boulder is up in the air as Maryland remains a school working to change his mind down the stretch, but what should fans expect heading into Thursday? We dive into the latest we’ve heard.
We shift gears to Maryland’s 2024 recruiting class where the Terps saw some action with a number of targets in the morning.
The day began with the expected addition of St. Frances IOL Logan Bennett, followed up with the disappointing outcome out of Norland with cornerback Larry Tarver flipping from Nebraska to Maryland, followed by Jeremiah Marcelin changing his mind on Wednesday morning and opting with Pitt.
The good news would come just minutes later, though, as Maryland made a late addition with Good Counsel cornerback Judah Jenkins jumping into the fold and we break down how that happened.
The good news rolled into noon as Braydon Lee followed through with his flip from South Carolina to Maryland, giving the position a big boost as he and teammate/signee Lloyd Irvin are set to join the team for bowl practices.
What should fans make of Maryland’s class? Did the Terps address their needs? All that and more as we dive into the signees.
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