Maryland’s 2018 recruiting class is shaping out to be its best one yet.
Vincent Flythe, a three-star cornerback from H.D. Woodson High School in Washington D.C., committed to the Terps Friday evening. He announced the commitment on his Twitter page.
Going home… 🐢❗️ pic.twitter.com/4nx2tqG93R
— V Flythe (@vniceeee_) June 23, 2017
The 5-foot-11, 175-pound cornerback chose the Terps over Kentucky, Georgia, Temple, Wisconsin and Louisville.
Fythe is the second defensive back commit in the 2018 class, joining three-star safety Raymond Boone.
The Terps have gained five local commits from the DMV area in the past two weeks. Flythe becomes Maryland’s 13th commit in its 2018 recruiting class, 11 of whom hail from the DMV area.
According to 247sports.com, Maryland’s recruiting class has now jumped five spots from 21 to 16, the fifth best in the Big Ten.
If Maryland can continue this local dominance, it could be in shape for another top 20 recruiting class for a second straight year.
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