Maryland's 2013 football recruiting class includes one of the top 11 quarterbacks in the country.
The Elite 11 quarterbacks are selected after six regional combines during the spring. Twenty-four signal-callers are then invited to California to compete for the honor.
Cockerille is a very thick, muscular lefty with a compact release and a lot of zip on the ball. His footwork isn't great, but he can sling it. His accuracy will improve once he gets his feet down.
“I just felt like I had better chance at playing early at Maryland, and I wanted to be a part of a special recruiting class,” Opara said Saturday. “It’s a solid commitment but I’m going to keep my options open.”
Check back with Recruiting Report later for more on Opara's commitment.
Enechionyia was somewhat vague stating that major programs from the Big East and ACC are those after him right now. He did specifically mention Maryland, Miami, and Georgetown but suggested that a bunch more from those two conferences are involved as well.
The main draw was 2014 Top 5 player Noah Vonleh, the 6-8 forward from Massachusetts, but Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon had his eye on another prospect—Top 60 point guard Kaleb Joseph.
Joseph, a 6-3, 165-pound native of Ashburnham, Mass., was impressive on Day 1 of SCE, a smart, pass-first point guard with the skills to orchestrate an offense at the high-major level.