Maryland cornerback commitment Sean Davis starred on offense, defense and special teams Saturday in Maret's 32-7 win over Randolph-Macon (Va.).

Davis returned the opening kick-off 91 yards for a touchdown. He caught seven passes for 159 yards. On defense, he had two interceptions and 13 tackles.


A.J. Liddell and Maryland have parted ways, according to InsideMDSports. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound wide receiver recently transferred high schools and picked up offers from Connecticut and Vanderbilt, plus interest from Georgia. • Terps quarterback commitment Perry Hills had an efficient game Friday in leading Pittsburgh Central Catholic to a 42-7 win over Kiski Area.

Hills finished 6 of 7 for 115 yards and two touchdowns.

• Maryland athlete pledge Joe Riddle's Linganore team suffered a surprising 32-31 loss to Westminster.

Lancers running back Joe Riddle, a University of Maryland commit, racked up 199 rushing yards and a touchdown on 33 carries, but the Owls (2-1) limited him to just two yards on his final four carries. They also forced a Riddle fumble early in the fourth quarter, which [Dan] Johnson recovered.

• UM wide receiver recruit Amba Etta-Tawo caught a touchdown pass in McEachern's 55-0 win over Campbell (Ga.).

Less than 8 minutes into the first quarter, McEachern already was up 21-0, thanks to three touchdown passes from [Trent] Thompson to Tray Fletcher, Amba Etta-Tawo and Victor Brannon.

• Maryland linebacker pledge Shawn Petty, playing quarterback for Eleanor Roosevelt, was knocked out in the first quarter of the Raiders' 23-22 win over Wise.

"He said that when he was throwing a ball, someone dove and hit his foot in the joint between his foot and his ankle, and he really couldn't put pressure on it," [Raiders coach Tom] Green said. "I was hoping he could fight through it, and hopefully he's OK and we'll get him back soon."

Basketball recruiting

• Terps coach Mark Turgeon was scheduled to see four-star forward Charles Mitchell work out at his high school in Marietta, Ga., today, according to Scouts Focus.

• DeMatha forward Jerami Grant committed to Syracuse on Friday, according to The Washington Post.

"I was definitely close [to picking Maryland] with the new coaching staff and all," Grant said. "It felt like that was a good decision at the time. Then the decision-making process got crazy. It didn't feel like it was going to be the right fit."

Robert Upshaw, the 7-foot center from Fresno, Calif., is no longer considering the Terps, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Upshaw had narrowed his list of schools to nine: U of L, Arizona, Georgetown, Fresno State, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Maryland, USC and UNLV. He said Maryland and USC are no longer in the running.