HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) class of 2016 receiver Tino Ellis still holds the same half-dozen offers from Maryland, Virginia, Rutgers, West Virginia, Virginia Tech and ODU, but he's been hearing from several other programs from the Big Ten, SEC and even the Pac-12. As of right now he's claiming no firm leaders, but the 6-foot-1, 185 pounder continues to have a strong relationship with the Terps and area recruiter Mike Locksley. Ellis discussed the latest with UMD, upcoming visits, what coaches are consistently in touch, where his own game is at and more in the video below:
Ellis Remains In Close Contact With Terps
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