The University of Maryland snagged another local prospect Thursday night when Jaelyn Duncan, a four-star offensive tackle from Saint Francis Academy in Baltimore, announced his commitment to the Terps via his twitter page.
— Jaelyn Duncan (@king_jay70) June 16, 2017
The 6-foot-6 300-pound offensive tackle picked the Terps over Ohio State, UCLA, Penn State, Florida and other schools.
Duncan becomes the ninth commit in Maryland’s 2018 class and the seventh commit to join the #DMV2UMD movement.
According to 247sports.com, the Terps now move up to 27th in the country for recruiting rankings. Duncan will now join forces with four-star guard Evan Gregory to help strengthen the offensive line.
Maryland has made it a point to snag commits in the offensive trenches in recent memory. In 2017, they landed Jordan McNair and Marcus Minor, two four-star offensive linemen. So far, the 2018 class has already matched that and there is only room to go up as the recruiting season moves ahead with the summer.
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