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Three-star McDonogh offensive lineman Tamarus Walker commits to Maryland football: ‘This decision wasn’t hard’

McDonogh three-star offensive lineman Tamarus Walker committed to Maryland on Sunday, becoming the Terps’ third commit from the 2023 class.

Walker is ranked the 20th best player in the state and the No. 89 interior offensive lineman in the country, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. Walker picked the Terps over Boston College, UConn, Morgan State, Buffalo and others.

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“Ever since I put on a uniform, one of my dreams was to play college football and dreams come true,” Walker wrote on Twitter. “This decision wasn’t hard but it wasn’t an easy process either.”

Maryland sophomore defensive back Dante Trader Jr., redshirt sophomore kicker Harrison Beattie and freshman tight end Preston Howard are former McDonogh players that are currently on the Terps’ roster.

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The Terps’ offensive line will be a group to keep an eye on, as they could lose starting seniors Jaelyn Duncan, Johari Branch and Spencer Anderson following the 2022 season. Duncan is considered the fifth-best offensive lineman in the 2023 NFL draft, according to ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr.

Class of 2023 quarterback Robert Long and wide receiver Nasir Addison have already committed to the Terps.


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