Nigerian-born linebacker Nnamdi Egbuaba of St. Frances Academy signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of Maryland. (Kenneth K. Lam/Baltimore Sun video)
You often hear college football coaches talk about their school's recruiting footprint. But with Maryland picking up and leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference for the more Midwest-based Big Ten Conference, just where did coach Randy Edsall and the Terps look for the foundation of their future?
The state-by-state breakdown looks like this: Maryland (5), Pennsylvania (3), Virginia (2), Washington, D.C. (1), Ohio (1), New York (1), New Jersey (1), Iowa (1), Arizona (1) and Texas (1). Here's a more interactive look:
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