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Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

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In this week's recruiting roundup, some incoming Terps get matching tattoos.

Football recruiting

-- Class of 2015 quarterback target Kai Locksley, son of Mike, included Maryland among his top six. Also making the cut for the four-star Gilman star: Auburn, Virginia Tech, Texas, Oregon and Florida Satte.

-- Class of 2015 defensive back target Kareem Ali has set visits to Maryland, Louisville, Pittsburgh and West Virginia, with a decision coming soon. The Terps and Cardinals are believed to be the leaders for the three-star prosepct, though opinions on his favorite differ.

-- Class of 2015 defensive back target Ashton White named Maryland his leader Wednesday after visiting College Park. The three-star prospect already has twice committed, then decommitted, from Virginia Tech.

-- Class of 2015 center target Tommy Hatton has Maryland, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia Tech in his top four. The four-star prospect said he has no leader.

-- Class of 2015 linebacker target Joe Giles-Harris committed to Duke on Thursday.

Basketball recruiting

-- Class of 2014 signee Melo Trimble won the 3-point contest at the Mary Kline Classic on Saturday, finishing 13-for-15 from beyond the arc. Meaning the expectations will continue to grow.

-- Expect matching tattoos from Maryland's freshman class next season:

Maryland commits Melo Trimble & Jared Nickens both got tattoos on their legs that read 'MBK' for My Brother's Keeper.All MD commits will get

— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) May 31, 2014

-- Also, Class of 2014 signee Trayvon Reed is, indeed, tall:

Based on tmy semi-scientific eyeball test, #Terps freshman Trayvon Reed is roughly 14-foot-3. pic.twitter.com/XI1P1L1ddt (h/t @CoachTurgeon)

— Jeff Ermann (@insidemdsports) June 5, 2014

-- Class of 2015 center target Georgios Papagiannis visited Temple on Thursday and Penn State on Friday.

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