Maryland signee Travon Stott won't enroll at the university and is reopening his recruitment, the Good Counsel defensive back announced Friday night.
"After talking it over with my family and the new University of Maryland coaching staff my family and I have decided that I will no longer be attending there," Stott wrote on Twitter. "As of today, my recruiting process is starting over."
Stott was a consensus three-star prospect, and he was ranked the No. 108 cornerback in the country and No. 30 prospect in Maryland in the 247sports.com composite rankings. He was one of six defensive backs Maryland coach DJ Durkin signed on National Signing Day in February.
Stott committed to former coach Randy Edsall on April 4, 2015, and held his commitment through the transition to Durkin over the winter. Stott didn't play his senior season at Good Counsel because of a torn Achilles tendon.
"I would just like to thank Coach Randy Edsall and Coach Mike Locksley for giving me the opportunity to apart of the Terps family!!!" Stott wrote. "Also Coach Durkin for honoring the scholarship."