South Carroll safety Silas Kelly attended a one-day camp at Maryland on Thursday, and it turned out so well that he was offered a full scholarship. Hours later, he became the second South Carroll player from the Class of 2016 to commit to the Terps, joining tackle Brian Plummer. "When I was in coach [Randy] Edsall's office and I was talking to him about it, I was just going over in my head what other schools, if I got an offer from them, that I would go to," said Kelly, who had offers from Albany and Eastern Michigan. "I couldn't think of any other option." Kelly said he talked it over with his father on the ride home, then sent a tweet announcing the offer, accompanied by a picture with Edsall. Not long after, Kelly tweeted his commitment as well. Last fall, Kelly, who is 6 feet 5 and 200 pounds, finished fourth in tackles for the Cavaliers with 59 and led the team with four interceptions. As a wide receiver, he had 17 receptions for 259 yards and four touchdowns.