In this week's recruiting roundup, Melo Trimble picks up right where he left off. (Which is to say, making Maryland fans unhappy about having to wait another year for him.)
-- Class of 2014 offensive line target Damian Prince and defensive back target Jalen Tabor are five-star prospects, according to Rivals.com's latest top-100 update. Prince checks in as the No. 10 overall and second-ranked offensive lineman prospect, while Tabor is the No. 24 overall and sixth-ranked defensive back prospect.
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-- Tabor, meanwhile, tweeted Wednesday that he will make his decision on Christmas Day. It's still possible that he keeps his college destination private until the Jan. 2 Under Armour All-America Game, where he has said he would announce.
-- Class of 2014 defensive line commits Brett Kulka and David Shaw and defensive back commits Jordan Noil and Josh Woods (McDonogh) have all been upgraded to low-end three-star prospects on Rivals, meaning the class is now absent two-stars, according to at least one service.
-- Class of 2014 offensive line target Marcus Applefield will make his decision next Friday, he tweeted Wednesday. The three-star target is down to Rutgers, Maryland, Purdue and Virginia, with an official visit to the heavily favored Scarlet Knights set for this weekend.