Gilman offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis said when the first Greyhounds in the Class of 2016 began to commit to college football programs last week, it was like a "domino effect."
Spanellis, a 6-foot-6, 315-pound tackle, announced Tuesday that he will play for Virginia. Teammate Wes Mehl, a 6-4, 270-pound guard, committed Sunday to Navy.
Their commitments bring to five the number of Gilman football players to announce their college choices. Cornerback Korey Stevens (Villanova) started it on June 24 and offensive tackle Devery Hamilton (Michigan) and defensive tackle Ellison Jordan (Penn State) followed within a couple of days.
"I knew going into this...