As of this writing, the Terps have signed 20 players with 6 outstanding verbal commitments. Scout.com has the class ranked at #26
|D.J. Adams||RB||5’10”||210||Norcross H.S. (GA )||RB #16||Signed|
|Travis Hawkins||CB||5’10”||181||Quince Orchard H.S. (MD )||CB #14||Signed|
|Dexter McDougle||ATH||5’11”||180||Stafford H.S. (VA )||ATH #28||Signed|
|Peter White||OG||6’5″||340||Saint Johns College H.S. (DC )||OG #22||Signed|
|Marcus Whitfield||OLB||6’3″||215||Northwest H.S. (MD )||OLB #44||Signed|
|Caleb Porzel||RB||5’8″||175||Good Counsel H.S. (MD )||RB #68||Signed|
|C.J. Brown||QB||6’3″||180||Seneca Valley H.S. (PA )||QB #35||Signed|
|Avery Graham||S||5’10”||180||Clarksburg H.S. (MD )||S #116||Signed|
|Lorne Goree||OLB||6’2″||200||C. H. Flowers H.S. (MD )||OLB #92||Signed|
|Eric Franklin||S||6’2″||190||Archbishop Curley H.S. (MD )||S #136||Signed|
|David Mackall||DE||6’3″||235||Edmondson-Westside H.S. (MD )||DE #104||Signed|
|Pete DeSouza||OG||6’6″||300||DeMatha Catholic H.S. (MD )||OG #126||Signed|
|Nick Ferrara||K||6’1″||195||St. Anthony’s H.S. (NY )||K #28||Signed|
|Justin Anderson||DE||6’5″||265||Blythewood H.S. (SC )||DE #123||Signed|
|Isaiah Ross||ILB||6’1″||237||Eleanor Roosevelt H.S. (MD )||ILB #54||Signed|
|Danny O’Brien||QB||6’3″||204||East Forsyth H.S. (NC )||QB #109||Signed|
|Dave Stinebaugh||TE||6’4″||208||Perry Hall H.S. (MD )||TE #102||Signed|
|Ryan Donohue||ILB||6’2″||215||Saint Joseph Regional H.S. (NJ )||ILB #66||Signed|
|Bennett Fulper||OG||6’4″||285||Gretna H.S. (VA )||Signed|
|Nick Klemm||OT||6’6″||280||Wheeler H.S. (GA )||Signed|
Notable Signings –
C.J. Brown (QB) – Has the potential to become excellent as a college signal caller with a little development. He is tall, lanky and has the frame to add bulk and strength and turn into a physical presence as both a runner and passer. Possesses very good arm strength and a quick release. Shows over-the-top mechanics and excellent zip on deep routes and routes thrown outside of the numbers.
D.J. Adams (RB) – An explosive runner and a massive load at tailback. With legitimate breakaway speed, he would be one of the country’s top running back prospects.
Travis Hawkins (CB) – Hawkins blends great athleticism and instincts in the secondary and consistently seems to be around the ball making plays.
Peter White (OG) – White will end up playing offensive guard in the future. He is a huge three hundred forty four pounder that really needs to trim down in order to be productive as an offensive lineman.
Dexter McDougle – McDougle is a dynamic skill prospect and a major sleeper on the recruiting trail. The only difficult part is where to employ him. While a silky smooth gamebreaker on offense, he looks more natural and instinctive at safety.