Bishop McNamara High School senior offensive tackle Damian Prince made his announcement to attend the University of Maryland to play football. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun video)

In this week's recruiting roundup, one big Terps recruiting class comes to a close with its biggest commitment.

Football recruiting 

-- Class of 2014 offensive tackle target Damian Prince committed to Maryland on Wednesday, capping a Terps recruiting class that was big on bulk. He’s the Terps’ sixth five-star commit in the modern recruiting era.

-- Class of 2014 linebacker commit Nnamdi Egbuaba didn’t know what a football was until a few years ago. Then a lot of Division I football teams wanted him.

-- Geographically speaking, where did Maryland’s recruiting class come from? And where will Maryland’s coaching staff recruit next class, its first in the Big Ten?

-- Meet the Terps’ class here.

-- Meet the Terps’ class here. You can view Maryland-provided highlight reels here. And look just below for view of an ecstatic “war room”:

Basketball recruiting

-- Class of 2014 signee Melo Trimble, fresh off his McDonald’s All-American honor, scored 29 and 17 points in two wins in the past week.

-- Class of 2014 signee Dion Wiley scored 21 and 22 points in two wins in the past week.

-- Class of 2014 signee Trayvon Reed had a big game Saturday, but his opposite down low apparently had a bigger one.

-- Maryland’s recruiting class fell to No. 13 nationally, according to ESPN’s latest rankings. Even as Trimble moved up to No. 30 overall, 10 spots shy of five-star status, Jared Nickens took a bit of a tumble.