Breakdown: With Jared Cohen (McDonogh) off the board, Ulmer technically becomes the class' first commit, 2013 holdovers notwithstanding. It's a fine honor, a distinction any recruit would be happy to embrace. Here's one he probably won't: most likely to change position. The Terps recruited UImer as a dual-threat quarterback, and his career plans haven't seemed to change. He played under center last year, even as his passing and rushing totals dropped off from his junior season's. He could remain under center this year, but with what chance to play? C.J. Brown is the incumbent starter, and Ulmer likely would be no higher than No. 4 on the preseason depth chart. Beyond 2014, his skills at the position would become almost redundant if a certain father-son reunion happens. Wide receiver makes the most sense.