While Maryland football prepares for its season opener at Texas on Sept. 2, coach DJ Durkin and his staff continue to stockpile future talent.
The Terps now have 20 prospects for 2018 after 3-star offensive tackle TJ Bradley committed on Saturday night. His pledge comes a day after 3-star tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo chose Durkin’s program.
Maryland lands TJ Bradley for 2018
It's official I'm committed!!!! pic.twitter.com/8V7ZwyRrGf
— T.J. (@TJ_BRADLEYYYY) August 20, 2017
Bradley, who chose Maryland over Minnesota and Penn State, is the nation’s 16th-best junior college prospect for 2018, according to the 247Sports composite. He’s currently playing at Lackawanna College in Scranton, Pa.
At 6-foot-8 and 290 pounds, Bradley is the latest gigantic offensive lineman to choose Maryland. The Terps’ 2018 recruiting class also features 4-star Jaelyn Duncan and 3-star Spencer Anderson and Evan Gregory, each of whom weighs at least 270 pounds.
With Bradley’s commitment, Maryland now has the No. 16 recruiting class for 2018.