2012 Wide Receiver A.J. Liddell Decommits From Terps

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One of Maryland’s three 2012 wide receiver commitments has parted ways with the program. Chapel Hill (Douglasville, Ga.) wideout A.J. Liddell has decommitted from the Terps, according to IMS.

Liddell recently picked up offers from Connecticut and Vanderbilt, and has received interest from Georgia. Malcolm Culmer and Amba Etta-Tawo remain as wideout commitments in the 2012 class for Maryland.

Liddell,  who stands at 6’2″ and 185 pounds, is unranked by all the recruiting services except for Scout (two stars). He holds several Chapel Hill records – receptions in a season (41), longest kick return (99 yards), longest pass (80), punt return yards in a game (64), punt average in a game (49.3), and punt average in a season/career (39.4).

He was one of four commits from the state of Georgia in the recruiting class, joining Nick Brigham, Alvin Hill and Etta-Tawo.

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