Three-star Georgia tight end Maleak Bryant committed to Maryland on Sunday, the Terps' first pledge at the position in the Class of 2018.
"After much thought and many prayers, I'm happy to say I have committed to The University of Maryland," he wrote on Twitter.
Rated the No. 921 overall prospect and No. 36 tight end in the 247Sports.com Composite rankings, Bryant also claimed offers from Pittsburgh, Tennesee, Rutgers, Iowa State and others. He's the sixth commit in the Terps' class.
The 6-foot-6, 225-pound Bryant was named first-team all-offense in Georgia's 5-AAAAAA, the second-largest classification in the state, as determined by the size of the schools' student population.
Maryland also brought in tight ends Andrew Park and Noah Barnes over the past two seasons, both three-star prospects. Returning starter Derrick Hayward will graduate after this season, and rising junior Avery Edwards, a contributor in his freshman season, will be a senior upon Bryant's arrival in College Park.
Watch highlights of Bryant here.