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Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

In this week's recruiting roundup, Melo Trimble wins a bunch of awards.

Football recruiting

-- Class of 2015 quarterback target Kai Locksley named Maryland one of his 15 finalists.

-- Class of 2015 defensive back target Kareem Ali named Maryland one of his eight finalists. He said he will decide in September.

-- Class of 2015 defensive line target Adam McLean will announce his college decision at the start of the new school year.

-- Class of 2015 offensive line target Isaiah Prince has been invited to the 2015 US Army All American Game.

-- Class of 2015 running back target Deltron Sands told Testudo Times and the Sun Sentinel that he is nearing a commitment to Maryland. The three-star prospect has the Maryland logo as his header photo on Twitter.

-- Class of 2015 tight end target Chris Clark committed to North Carolina on Sunday, but still might visit other schools.

-- Class of 2016 defensive line target Ellison Jordan rates Maryland highly early in the recruiting process.

Basketball recruiting

-- Class of 2014 signee Melo Trimble was named the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division I Player of the Year. He reportedly had 20 points in Bishop O'Connnell's 72-66 semifinal loss to Paul VI (Va.) at the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament, then scored enough in a win over St. John's (D.C.) in the third-place game to take home honors for highest-scoring and most outstanding player.

Watch highlights of his quartefinal game vs. Mount St. Joseph here:

-- Class of 2014 signee Dion Wiley combined for 26 points in the semifinal and final as Potomac won the Class 2A state title. He finished the season averaging 17.6 points per game, shooting 80.8 percent from the foul line and averaging 2.2 3-pointers over 25 games. His scoring average was down slightly this season, from 17.9 in 2012-2013.

Watch highlights of the state final, also featuring class of 2016 target Randall Broddie, here:

-- Class of 2014

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