Weekly recruiting roundup
Maryland's 2010 football recruiting class shrunk by one commitment earlier this week.
His father, Bryan, said Maryland did nothing wrong and that the family was impressed with Maryland’s coaching staff and recruitment. “It was not what Maryland does not have. Kentucky was just a better fit and choice,” Brian [sic] Laughlin said.
OL Max Garcia (6-5 275) of Norcross, GA has completed all his in home visits with the coaches of the three schools he's considering and is now working on his final decision. "He should have a decision in the next week or so," said Norcross coach Keith Maloff. Clemson was the last of the schools to meet with Garcia.
DeBoef selected Purdue over North Carolina State, Maryland, Syracuse and Illinois. His recruiting process entered an intense phase this past summer when he visited multiple SEC and ACC schools, including Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Maryland.
Versatile receiver moved around from slot to wing to out wide; capable of breaking the big play with four 70-plus yard receptions.
For the tourney, Stoglin averaged 31 points and nine assists per game en route to being named MVP as the Eagles went unbeaten.