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** Reed will spend his senior year at Life Center Academy in New Jersey. His coach, former NBA player Pervis Ellison, spoke to The Sun's Don Markus about the future Terp.
“The kid is a legit 7-1, and with that size and stature he’s going to have an effect on the game,” Ellison said Tuesday. “He’s a game-changer from the defensive standpoint, with long arms of a [Dikembe] Mutombo. His offensive game is further along than Mutombo’s.”
He visited Notre Dame this past weekend and will trip to Virginia this coming weekend. After that, he could pull the trigger for one of the two.
** Another former Terps forward target, Abdul-Malik Abu, is "likely" to choose between Florida and North Carolina State on Saturday, according to CBSSports.com's Jeff Borzello.
Ulmer — a future Maryland Terrapin — barely erred again, rushing for 105 yards and three touchdowns while also completing six of eight passes in 24 minutes of action as he led the Cadets to a 42-0 win.