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Tracking the Terps

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Potomac RB Tayon Fleet-Davis is Maryland's third commitment of weekend

A big recruiting weekend for Maryland continued Saturday afternoon when Potomac running back Tayon Fleet-Davis committed to the Terps, his high school team announced on Twitter.

Fleet-Davis is rated as a three-star running back by, and In the composite rankings, he's the No. 18 player in Maryland, No. 38 running back nationally and No.

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Gonzaga (D.C.) three-star center Johnny Jordan commits to Maryland

Over the past few recruiting cycles — under both former coach Randy Edsall and current coach DJ Durkin — Maryland placed an emphasis on attracting some of the area's top offensive line talent to College Park. With the move to the Big Ten Conference, which was referred to almost constantly by Edsall as a "lineman league," those efforts took on renewed importance.

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North Carolina kicker Jonathan Doerer commits to Maryland

North Carolina kicker Jonathan Doerer commits to Maryland to give the Terps Class of 2017 its 12th member.

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Former Terp James Gist feels at home playing in Greece

Ever since he was drafted in 2008 in the second round by the San Antonio Spurs and subsequently cut twice, James Gist has hoped to find his way to the NBA. The older he gets, the less likely it seems.

Now, at age 29 and having seen his professional career in Europe threatened by two failed drug tests, the 6-foot-9 forward appears more realistic — and more at peace — about his future.

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Pallotti's Cam Sullivan-Brown picks Penn State over Maryland, others

Pallotti wide receiver Cam Sullivan-Brown wrapped up his recruitment Friday afternoon when he picked Penn State over a host of schools that included Maryland, he announced on Twitter.

Sullivan-Brown, who earned All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association honors last fall, is rated as a three-star recruit in the composite rankings, which also place him as the No.

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DJ Durkin will give Maryland's freshman class chance to make early impact

With coach DJ Durkin working on a truncated calendar, Maryland's recruiting Class of 2016 didn't quite garner the same accolades and praise as the class the staff is constructing for the 2017 cycle. But the Terps were able to sign some intriguing prospects at positions of need.

And those players will have the chance to compete for starting jobs and playing time right away.

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