MM 7.25: Maryland football picks a pair of class of 2023 commits, high school teammates over weekend

Maryland football head coach Michael Locksley added two new commitments to his 2023 class on Saturday, choosing up pledges from three-star edge rusher Dylan Fontas and three-star cornerback Tevon Nelson.

Nelson and Fontas performed high school football collectively at Cannery, a public school in Brooklyn, New York. The two teammates carry a whole of 17 gamers in Maryland’s 2023 recruiting class.

Fontas slots in as a three-star, the nation’s No. 80 edge rusher and New York’s No. 2 participant, a two-player highly-ranked prospect in accordance with the 247Sports Composite. Fontas has a huge body at six-foot-five and 245 kilos and has proven the power to play each inside and outdoors the defensive position.

Nelson is a three-star recruit and ranked because the No. 115 cornerback within the nation and the No. 8 prospect in New York, in accordance with the 247Sports Composite. Nelson joins fellow three-stars Jonathan Akins and Alex Moore within the secondary for subsequent yr’s recruiting class.

The Terps now have the No. 44 prospect within the 2023 class, in accordance with the 247Sports Composite. All of Maryland’s 17 commits are three-star gamers.

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