A day after learning that five-star guard Devon Dotson had committed to Kansas, Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon received a commitment from four-star guard Eric Ayala on Saturday. Ayala, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound combo guard from Wilmington, Del., has long been considered heading to College Park, as Dotson, a 6-2, 180-pound point guard, was believed to be headed to Lawrence, Kansas. Now playing at IMG Academy in Florida, Ayala returned home this weekend and announced his decision at the Boys & Girls Club in Wilmington. While Dotson was ranked much higher nationally — the fifth-best point guard and the No. 18 player overall according to the 247sports.com Composite rankings — Ayala's size and versatility are considered to be pluses. "His size is what I think separates him from some of the other guards," John Mahoney, who coaches the IMG post-graduate team on which Ayala now plays, said Saturday. The Terps are also considered the favorites to land two more five-star prospects, 6-6, 216-pound wing Keldon Johnson of South Hill, Va., and 7-0, 210-pound center Moses Brown of Briarwood, N.Y. Johnson was reportedly on the verge of choosing the Terps after visiting last month, but will now wait until the early signing period begins next month.