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Four-star D.C. cornerback Noah Boykin decommits from Maryland, still considering Terps

Four-star cornerback Noah Boykin, the last remaining unsigned recruit in Maryland’s Class of 2018, decommitted from the Terps on Wednesday night.

The Woodson (D.C.) senior said on Twitter that he is still considering Maryland, along with Notre Dame, Florida and Virginia, and will sign a letter of intent Feb. 7, the first day of the regular signing period.

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Boykin’s announcement comes less than a week after an official visit to Florida. He also visited Virginia and Notre Dame this fall, after committing to the Terps in early July. The Gators are the current favorites to land the No. 366 overall prospect in the 247Sports.com Composite rankings, according to the site’s “Crystal Ball” predictions.

The 6-foot-2, 170-pound Boykin, a teammate of Terps cornerback signee Vincent Flythe’s and Washington Post All-Met honorable mention this season, is the second decommit in less than a week. Tight end Maleak Bryant opened up his recruitment before committing to Miami of Ohio on Wednesday.

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Maryland also is recruiting four-star Florida cornerback Ken Montgomery Jr., who's expected to take an official visit to College Park this weekend.

Maryland has hired former LSU offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Canada to succeed Walt Bell in the same position.

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