One day after a 50-7 blowout against Purdue, Maryland football reportedly reeled in another player to its 2017 recruiting class.
B’Ahmad Miller, a 3-star defensive end, committed to Maryland according to Ahmed Ghafir of InsideMDSports/247 Sports.
Miller, a 6-foot-3, 235-pound player from Elkton, Maryland and St. Francis Academy is the No. 31 defensive end in the country and is the No. 15 recruit in the state of Maryland according to 247 Sports.
He gave his nod to the Terrapins with offers from Illinois, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Marshall and Temple on the table.
So far through this season, the Terps defensive end corps has registered three sacks and starts fifth-year senior Roman Braglio and junior Jesse Aniebonam.
Miller will also have to beat out redshirt junior Chandler Burkett and redshirt sophomore Melvin Keihn next year, as they are currently at the No. 2 spots on the depth chart.
Here are some highlights from Miller on his Hudl page.
Update: Miller tweeted this from his personal account on Sunday morning.
— Bahmad miller (@BahmadMiller) October 2, 2016