Less than a week after playing in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas game, Maryland quarterback commitment Caleb Rowe got another postseason all-star invite.

Rowe, a three-star prospect from Blue Ridge High in Greer, S.C., will play in the sixth annual Offense-Defense All-America Game on Dec. 29 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

"Rowe has a solid arm and showed he can make a lot of throws in the Shrine Bowl," said Offense-Defense Director of Player Personnel Josh Buchanan, "We are happy to add him to our roster and feel he will pick up the playbook well because of his intelligence."

* Abner Logan Jr., a four-linebacker from Massachusetts, committed to Maryland on Tuesday.

In his final season at Dexter, a Brookline prep school, Logan rushed for more than 1,100 yards and 18 touchdowns in eight games. On the defensive side of the ball, Logan amassed 42 tackles (nine for a loss), 10 sacks, and two interceptions.

Check back with Recruiting Report later for more on Logan's commitment.

* Terps recruits and Pittsburgh Central Catholic teammates Perry Hills and Anthony Nixon were repeat selections to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's East Xtra Fab 22 team.

* UM linebacker pledge Brock Dean was named to the Pennsylvania Class AAA all-state first team.

Basketball recruiting

* Terps small forward signee Jake Layman's King Philip squad dropped a 59-50 game to Mansfield (Mass.) on Wednesday.

The Warriors fought back, retaking the lead at 21-20 on a triple by Maryland-bound senior Jake Layman (game high 28 points, 10 rebounds).

* Former Maryland shooting guard target Torian Graham made headlines Thursday with an on-again, off-again pledge to North Carolina State.

Torian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

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Torian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/23/1729014/graham-backs-out-again.html#storylink=cpy
Torian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/23/1729014/graham-backs-out-again.html#storylink=cpy
Trian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/23/1729014/graham-backs-out-again.html#storylink=cpy
Torian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/23/1729014/graham-backs-out-again.html#storylink=cpy
Torian Graham, one of the top basketball recruits in the country, excited N.C. State fans again Thursday when he announced his commitment to play for the Wolfpack next season. Then, within just a few hours, he changed his mind again and pulled out of his commitment.

Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/2011/12/23/1729014/graham-backs-out-again.html#storylink=cpy

* UM women's commitment Tierney Pfirman powered South Williamsport (Pa.) to a 65-31 win over Lewisburg on Wednesday.

Tierney Pfirman scored 32 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and added four steals ...