Aug 30, 2014; College Park, MD, USA; Maryland Terrapins running back Albert Reid (5), linebacker Matt Robinson (40) and wide receiver Jacquille Veii (34) lead the team onto the field prior to the game against the James Madison Dukes at Byrd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Recruits Chime In On Maryland's Win

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After Maryland’s big win over James Madison on Saturday, I caught up with plenty of commits and one of Maryland’s biggest targets to see what they thought of the Terps performance.

2015 Fort Hill RB Ty Johnson: “The game was great, they run a little bit of everything. I would’ve like to see them play a bigger school, but it was a great game. I plan on [attending] the West Virginia, Michigan State, Ohio State, Iowa and possibly Rutgers games.” When speaking about the running backs, Johnson added “they all can run, block and catch well.”

2015 Massaponax LB Gus Little: “I had a great time, there was a great atmosphere and a great win.” Little will also added he will attend the West Virginia game.”

2015 Linganore OG EJ Donahue: “It was so exciting, great atmosphere, a lot of fans and recruits and the players did really really well.” Donahue added he will attend “most” of the home games.”

2015 FCA OG Quarvez Boulware: “I wasn’t able to come because I had my own game, so I didn’t hear about the game. Right now there’s nothing new in my recruitment other than my top five, but I’ll look to take my officials during the season.” Nothing new in Boulware’s recruitment other than that UNC is now recruiting him on defense, the only school to do so. Dates for his official visits have yet to be set, however.

2015 Coatesville safety Jay Stocker: “I wasn’t able to catch the game yesterday, but I heard that they won.” Stocker currently has a top five of Maryland, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Duke and Wisconsin, but said that his first official visit will be with another big 2015 Maryland target. “My first official will probably be to Maryland because [2015 TE] Amir Ealey and I both want to visit.” Stocker added that his top five were all schools that he liked and were very interested in. Stocker will take his officials during his season and shoot for a decision after his senior year is over.

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