Maryland landed another commit in three-star wide receiver Jeshaun Jones when he committed to the Terps on Wednesday morning in the South Fort Myers High School auditorium.
The 6-foot-1, 176-pound out of Fort Myers, Fla. picked Maryland over Nebraska, Tennessee, Iowa State and Pittsburgh.
Jones’ commitment is Maryland’s 24th commit for their 2018 class, which currently ranks 18th in the country after previously being 20th before Jones’ decision. Jones is the No. 102-ranked receiver in the country, according to 247Sports.
After losing DJ Moore to the NFL Draft this year, Maryland is expecting to get some help with this 2018 class when three-star receivers Darryl Jones, Brian Cobbs and Dontay Demus Jr. get to campus next year.
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