Towson coach Rob Ambrose announced the signing of 14 players for the 2016 season. The class includes two midyear enrollees and 12 incoming freshmen.
"This class encompassed a large geographic footprint for our program and university," Ambrose said in a statement. "Eight states are represented in this class with the largest number coming from our home state, Maryland. Every player in this recruiting class is a multisport athlete and there are more team captains that I can count. This is a great day for our program and university's future."
The class includes four wide receivers, three linebackers, three offensive linemen, two defensive backs, one quarterback and one running back. Four members of the class are from Maryland, but only one, wide receiver Morgan Scroggins (Calvert Hall), is from the Baltimore metro area.
Wide receiver Nick Gray of Chopticon and linebacker Robert Heyward from Savannah, Ga., are the two early enrollees who will be eligible to participate in spring practice.