Faust, 66 and 187 pounds, had played at College Park before, but never been on the full tour of the campus, which he was impressed with.
The tour included a stop at the football game, where Faust saw Terp freshman Danny OBrien display his skills on the field against Florida International University.
The highlight of my trip was the football game, seeing the fan support, said Faust.
Faust has been in contact with all the coaches at Maryland, including Gary Williams. He likes the coaching staff, especially the way they are recruiting him so heavily.
I like Gary Williams a lot, said Faust. Yes, definitely, he said to seeing himself playing for him.
Faust is also getting outside encouragement from New Jersey point guard Sterling Gibbs, who committed to the Terps in April and also five-star recruit Johnny OBryant who has Maryland on his list.
I talk to them all the time about how things are going, and also how Im liking Maryland, Faust said.
"I think we could win a championship."
Faust will be making a trip to Villanova soon, followed by Florida State, but his in-house visits are completed. All five schools at the top of Fausts list attended, and he was happy with how they went.
Faust admits to watching the NCAA Tournament last year, but doesnt let it heavily impact him.
It was just a great look to see how the offenses are, and how coaches coach, he said.
If Faust decides to become a Terp, he would be joining good company with Gibbs, possibly OBryant, and last years freshman standout Jordan Williams.
I think he was a great freshman, Faust said of the dominant forward Williams. He could have a big impact this year.
Faust is working on getting stronger and improving his ball handling now, and will make his decision in November.
Faust says no school is leading his list, and its going to come down to, me feeling like Im at home, making an impact freshman year, and a good relationship with the coaches.
Faust says he could see himself calling College Park home, coaches are projecting him to be an impact his first year, and likes the coaches.