TTDave's Inside The Shell

Welcome to our next edition of Inside the Shell, the weekly Maryland football recruiting roundup.

Welcome to our next edition of Inside the Shell, the weekly Maryland football recruiting roundup.

A Prince In The House

As we noted last week, four-star offensive tackle Isaiah Prince (Roosevelt/Greenbelt, Md.) stopped by College Park, Md., during Maryland’s bye week to meet with the staff and hang out with his former high school teammates, Mo Shelton and Agaruwa Banks. We didn’t conduct a long-form interview with Prince since we just wrote a full article on the long left tackle a week or so ago, but the Roosevelt product did chime in about the impromptu trip.

Prince said the visit was kind of a spur-of-the-moment deal, and since he lives just minutes from campus, he decided to drive up (hint: That bodes for the Terps). He said he’s very comfortable in College Park having been there more times than he can remember, and reiterated his affinity for the program in general.

Prince once again mentioned that he and Locksley are close, and the two have a relationship that extends beyond football. Right now, it sounds like Maryland’s offensive coordinator has Prince’s ear, as well as that of his family.

Prince, who is maintaining a top four of UMD, Alabama, Florida and Ohio State, will be back at Maryland for its game Nov. 15 against Michigan State, giving him yet another look at the Terps (he’s attended several home games already this fall). He may not take an official visit to UMD, however, because he’s been there so much. But UMD aficionados shouldn’t take that as a slight. Prince is being advised to use his five allotted officials on schools he doesn’t know as much about, just so he can make an informed, well-thought-out decision.

That said, Locksley may still be able to convince the Roosevelt product otherwise, just as Maryland’s ace recruiter did last year when Damian Prince said he wouldn’t be taking a Terps official either.

Currently, Prince has one visit set up to Alabama Jan. 16. He’ll likely trek to Ohio State and Florida as well, though he hasn’t set firm dates up with either of those two programs. Others under consideration include Virginia Tech and Penn State, but he hasn’t made a move on either one of those schools either.

As I’ve mentioned in past Shells, the vibe is Maryland and Alabama are in the pole position, with the Terps perhaps holding an edge. Although Prince said all four contenders are on an even plane, we think Florida and OSU probably have ground to make up. And at this point, we can’t really see another program beyond that quartet getting too involved, although you never know in recruiting.

Boulware Chimes In Too

Maryland’s other top local offensive line target, Quarvez Boulware (Friendship Collegiate/Washington, D.C.), hasn’t been to College Park since the Oct. 18 Iowa game, but, like Prince, he’s apt to take impromptu Terps visits every once in awhile. The 6-2, 286-pound guard will be in Byrd for the Nov. 15 Michigan State game, but we’d also expect Locksley and Co. to have him out for a personal one-on-one in the coming weeks as well.

Boulware had been relatively quiet with his senior season ongoing, but with FCA on a bye before its playoff match Nov. 22, the four-star guard offered up a little recruiting update. While little has changed since September, Boulware did give us a few interesting nuggets.

First and foremost, he let us know Terps area recruiter Mike Locksley visited his school Nov. 7 and may have attended his game that evening too. Boulware has a real affinity for Locksley, someone he’s known since before he completed his freshman year, and said it was good to see him again.

The two have connected on a personal level, and now Boulware is saying UMD’s offensive coordinator has ratcheted up the pursuit. Boulware, who had previously mentioned how important early playing time is to him, said Locksley is letting him know just how vital he is to the Maryland’s efforts up front. In fact, Locksley has the FCA guard believing he could be an immediate contributor should he choose the Terps.

Are Locksley’s words hitting home with Boulware? We’re inclined to believe so.

Besides letting us know about the Terps’ charge, Boulware also suggested his top five of Maryland, Alabama (no firm offer yet), Florida, Wake Forest and North Carolina could morph into a top six since another staff has been in his ear recently. Boulware isn’t sure he’ll actually consider this new suitor since they entered the game late (thus, he didn’t want to make the program known publicly), but it’s something to monitor in the months ahead.

Also, Boulware did set up his first two official visits, to Alabama Jan. 17 and to Wake Forest the week after. He said he’d like to take all five of his officials, with the final three likely being to UMD, Florida and UNC. After completing those winter trips, the FCA prospect said he’d select his college on National Signing Day at a school ceremony.

As for where he stands with each of the aforementioned quintet, Boulware is sticking with the politically correct answer: They’re all equal. But reading between the lines, I suspect Florida and North Carolina may be fading, while I’m not so sure Bama is really making a legitimate push. Maybe the Tide will take the FCA guard if he truly wants in, and since his former coach, Aazaar Abdul-Rahim, is on staff, but that’s just speculation.

We do, however, think Boulware has legitimate interest in Wake Forest, because the Deacons’ coaches have been coming hard since the summer, and due to the D.C. prospect’s Carolina roots. But, as we’ve said from the outset, we can’t see Wake pulling off the upset here.

Which leaves Maryland, a school Boulware has talked so much about he probably has a list of canned answers when asked about the hometown program. But even if Boulware seems less than enthused at times, we do think he’s seriously considering the hometown school. Locksley’s persistent efforts the last three-plus year could very well pay off.

That said, expect Boulware, and Prince for that matter, to talk up their other contenders following official visits to each out-of-state locale, but we’ve seen this story before (see: Prince, Damian and Ngakoue, Yannick). And just like last year and the year before that, we see this saga ending well for the Terps -- for both D.C.-area offensive linemen. (ARTICLE).

Hitting The JUCOs Hard

In the past, Maryland head coach Randy Edsall has shied away from the junior college ranks for a variety of reasons, but it’s quite obvious the Terps need bodies up front in order to compete in the Big Ten. And it looks like Maryland’s headman has given his staff the green light to pursue postgraduate linemen.

In last week’s Shell, we mentioned Terps’ defensive line coach Chad Wilt was heading down to Mississippi to check our Pearl River Community College (Hattiesburg, Miss.) tackle Drew Bailey, followed by a trip over to Kansas to see Butler Community College (El Dorado, Kans.) defensive end Ulric Jones. A few days later, the 6-4, 275-pound Bailey had himself a firm UMD scholarship, while the 6-6, 275-pound Jones -- a Maryland target since the spring -- gave the Terps’ staff a soft verbal pledge, with the intention of making it firm following his official visit to College Park.

Jones, recall, was highly appreciative when Wilt visited his school during the May evaluation period, and after Edsall’s subsequent offer. The Alabama native said he was looking forward to perhaps visiting UMD during the summer, and learning more about the program.

But such a trip never materialized, and Jones admittedly had his sights set on the FBS’ top tier, with programs like Alabama, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Oregon, USC and others all showing interest.

But while Jones acknowledged he would have loved to play for the Ducks or maybe the Trojans, those programs never anted up. Meanwhile, his one firm SEC suitor, Mississippi State (which Jones committed to back in high school), backed away when it added a few other defensive linemen. That left Maryland and UAB as his two main suitors.

Even so, the Butler C.C. prospect was content to wait out the process a bit longer, but when Wilt made a second trip down to El Dorado, Kans., Nov. 7, well, that pretty much sealed the deal. Jones could tell Wilt and Co. badly wanted him, and he’d have a chance to be an impact player at Maryland.

“"It was all about the relationship with Maryland," Jones told me. "They've been there since Day One. Coach Wilt and I talk all the time online, and I was always thinking about Maryland. He came out here twice to see me and he came to my game [Nov. 8]. It sounds like a great opportunity at Maryland, and I feel like I'll fit in real in their defense."

Thus, he decided to give the Terps his word, and would make his commitment official once he saw the school for the first time. Jones said he’d be flying up to College Park sometime in the next couple weeks, likely in December. All signs point to him firming up his pledge while on campus.

Now, can Jones play? According to Scout’s Derek Young, who has seen Jones in action, he has solid potential given his size (6-6) and athleticism. Young said his arm length allows him to keep O-linemen out of his body, while his speed and agility off the edge are major assets when rushing the passer. However, Jones needs to work on his pad level, develop his rush moves, and work on becoming more potent at the point of attack. He’s still a raw specimen who needs fundamental and strength-and-conditioning work.

We feel Jones will become a good “depth guy” at Maryland, perhaps along the lines of Houston transfer Zeke Riser, who provided valuable minutes rotating in last year before a season-ending foot injury. Jones has two years of eligibility remaining.

As for Bailey, who is now at his third junior college (I explain in the article I wrote), he could very well jump on the Maryland bandwagon by early December. He scheduled his College Park official visit for Dec. 5, which is when most of the current Terps’ pledge, in addition to Trinity-Pawling (Pawling, N.Y.) defensive end Austrian Robinson, are coming in. Bailey said he still has to think things through before popping, but indications are the Terps are in prime position.

Unlike Jones, Bailey had not had contact with Wilt prior to the UMD assistant contacting him on Twitter in early November. But that didn’t seem to matter much to the big defensive tackle.

Bailey previously held offers from Louisiana-Lafayette, Georgia State and Southern Miss, but emphatically stated the Terps’ scholarship was “my biggest one, definitely.” He was absolutely thrilled when Edsall told him he had the firm offer, and said his father was ecstatic as well.

Bailey, who attended Banneker High (College Park, Ga.), said Maryland’s communications program (he wants to be a radio host); conference affiliation (Big Ten); and the chance to be an early contributor all appealed to him. Not to mention he immediately hit things off with Wilt, whom he called a “nice, humble man” and someone he could see himself playing for.

Bailey also has officials scheduled to Middle Tennessee Nov. 22, and Louisville Dec. 12, so he is looking at a couple other programs, but we still think he’s probably the Terps’ to lose. Especially since neither the Blue Raiders nor the Cardinals have offered yet. In fact, we’re not so sure Bailey makes it to Louisville Dec. 12; he could pop to Maryland during his trip to College Park Dec. 5.

As for Bailey’s game, he’s mainly a 3-technique at Pearl River and looks to have above-average athleticism and a real good get-off. He’s aggressive, quick and seems to close quickly on the quarterback/ball-carrier. He looks pretty decent at disengaging from blocks and wrapping up in the holes. Bailey does need to develop his footwork, work on his hand placement/rush moves, concentrate on staying low, and becoming even stronger, however.

Like Jones, he’s probably another developmental lineman, who could become a versatile rotational 3-4 end or tackle, depending on team needs. Bailey has three years of eligibility remaining. (ARTICLE).

The Projected D-Line Class

Some may ask whether the Terps would accept two junior college defensive line commits in this class, and that’s a valid concern. But, as we’ve state a few times before, Maryland needs experienced depth -- and lots of it. So we do think they’ll take both Jones and Bailey should both follow through with pledges.

So, if Maryland can land a D-line class of current commit Keiron Howard (Potomac/Oxon Hill, Md.); defensive end Austrian Robinson (Trinity-Pawling/Pawling, N.Y.), who has the Terps at the top of his list; tackle Wes Annan (Lake Forest Academy/Lake Forest, Ill.), who has Maryland among his top two or three suitors; Ulric Jones; and Drew Bailey, well, that’s not a bad haul at all. Especially compared to past seasons, when Maryland failed to bring in its main targets.

Plus, with stalwarts Andre Monroe and Darius Kilgo set to graduate, and no real impact performers behind them, UMD really needs to start building its defensive line back up. Bailey and Jones could conceivably be ready to rotate in sooner rather than later, while Howard, Robinson and Annan would be afforded time to acclimate themselves to the college game.

Is the above an ideal scenario? Well, I’m sure the staff would have loved to have brought in the likes of five-star end Byron Cowart (Armwood/Seffner, Fla.), four-star tackle Neville Gallimore (Canada Prep/St. Catharine’s, Ontario), four-star force Christian Wilkins (Suffield Academy/Suffield, Conn.) or four-star plugger Tim Settle (Stonewall Jackson/Mansassas, Va.). But given the present-day situation and where Maryland’s recruiting is at, bringing in the aforementioned quintet would indeed be a best case scenario -- and certainly nothing to fret about if you’re a Terps fan.

The Michigan State List (Again)

Here are some key visitors who are coming in for Maryland’s game against Michigan State Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. in Byrd Stadium. After each prospect (except the current Terps pledges) I gave a little synopsis about their recruiting situations, where the Terps stand, and how they’d be affected (if at all) by what happens Nov. 15.

Official Visitors

DT Jamal Milan (Al Raby/Chicago, Ill.): The Terps are in solid shape, but may sit behind Indiana and Syracuse for now, while Iowa State is still lurking. Milan ultimately may want to stay closer to Chicago for college. A big Terps win and a standout visit may change his thinking, however, as he’s fairly impressionable. Area recruiter Chad Wilt has done well here.
DT Wes Annan (Lakewood Academy/Lakewood, Ill.): Chad Wilt has the Terps in prime position, along with BC and possibly Ole Miss if the Rebels really want Annan. If UMD shows out well, and the coaches hit home during the visit, it could put Terps over the top. Annan is originally from Ontario, Canada, and said distance is not a factor for him. Maryland’s strong academics and Big Ten affiliation have him thinking hard about the Terps.

Class of 2015 Commits

LB Isaiah Davis (St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes/Alexandria, Va.)
WR Mike Majette (Woodbridge, Va.)
OL E.J. Donahue (Linganore/Frederick, Md.)
CB Darnell Savage (Caravel/Bear, Del.)
LB Brett Zanotto (Franklin Regional/Murrysville, Pa.)
LB Gus Little (Massaponax/Spotsylvania, Va.)
OL Will McClain (Middletown, Md.)
RB Ty Johnson (Fort Hill/Cumberland, Md.)
OL Mason Zimmerman (Anthony Wayne/Whitehouse, Ohio)

Class of 2015 Targets

OL Isaiah Prince (Roosevelt/Greenbelt, Md.): See above. OL Quarvez Boulware (Friendship Collegiate/Washington, D.C.): See above. S Johnny Petrishen (Central Catholic/Pittsburgh, Pa.): He’s still on the fence about making the trip to College Park. Area recruiter Greg Studrawa visited Central Catholic during UMD’s bye, and Petrishen does seem intrigued by the program and its academics. But since he doesn’t have an offer yet, Petrishen’s sights might be set on Pittsburgh or Virginia.

Class of 2016 Targets

DT Ellison Jordan (Gilman/Baltimore, Md.): The Terps are in a prime spot early given Maryland is the hometown school, his relationship with the staff and UMD’s journalism program. We could easily see Jordan winding up in College Park after it’s all said and done, even though he said he’s keeping an open mind at this time. Penn State is another top contender. The outcome Nov. 15 probably won’t impact Jordan in the long run.
QB Dwayne Haskins (Bullis/Potomac, Md.): Wins and losses aren’t of primary concern for Haskins, but it would behoove Maryland to play well against MSU just to show the four-star quarterback the program can contend against the Big Ten’s elite. Regardless, things are trending in the right direction for the Terps, as Ohio State and Penn State seem to have lost some luster. Watch out for the SEC and Texas, though.
OL Jauan Williams (Carroll/Washington, D.C.): Maryland, Ohio State and Penn State seem to have his eye for now, though that could easily change. What happens Nov. 15 probably won’t affect Williams one way or another, though he does genuinely enjoy himself in College Park. He has a close rapport with Mike Locksley as well.
OL Richard Merritt (Carroll/Washington, D.C.): Merritt has been warming up to the Terps lately and said he and Locksley have connected. But Merritt has his eyes on the SEC’s elite for the time being. A good showing Nov. 15, coupled with a strong finish to the 2014 campaign, could only help the Terps’ chances with him.
OL/DE Devery Hamilton (Gilman/Baltimore, Md.): Hamilton has been to multiple Terps games and likes the school for its academics and Randy Edsall’s message. He probably won’t be affected by the Nov. 15 outcome, as he’s very even-keeled. It’s still very early in the process for him.
OL Stephen Spanellis (Gilman/Baltimore, Md.): Spanellis is intrigued by the Terps, but hasn’t thought much about recruiting yet. Nov. 15 will be his first Maryland game this fall (if he follows through with the visit; he’s backed out in the past). So a solid showing in an electric atmosphere would be a solid initial impression of the hometown school.
WR Brennon Dingle (Spalding/Severn, Md.): Maryland is still Dingle’s only offer, and he remains very high on the Terps. He has attended numerous UMD games this fall and given the program plenty of praise. If Maryland shocks Michigan State Nov. 15, could Dingle get caught up in the moment and commit? Hey, it happened with E.J. Donahue last year, so it’s always possible.
WR/DB Trevon Diggs (Avalon/Gaithersburg, Md.): We addressed his situation last week. He likes the Terps and their staff; he attends all home games (and some on the road); he has seen Maryland at its best and at its worst. The question is, Does Diggs want to blaze his own trail or follow in his brother Stefon Diggs’ footsteps at UMD?
TE Devante Brooks (St. John’s/Washington, D.C.): A local target who seems to be looking elsewhere at places like Va Tech, Tennessee and Kentucky. Brooks still has an affinity for the Terps and Locksley, but he wants to see Maryland win big. A victory or solid showing Nov. 15 could get UMD back on Brooks’ brain.
LB Terrell Hall (St. John’s/Washington, D.C.): The Terps offered a little late, and that seemed to irk Hall initially. But he’s since been in touch with Edsall, who attended St. John’s game last week, and things seem to be smoothed over. Hall is excited to see how UMD performs Nov. 15. If the home team does well and the atmosphere is electric (Hall seems to be a big “atmosphere” guy), this emerging end could give the hometown school more thought. Hall may be focused on SEC and southern powers right now, though.
LB Keith Simms (Landon/Bethesda, Md.): Simms is giving serious thought to staying home, but is taking a methodical, level-headed approach. He will go through the process and explore all his options. He won’t be swayed by what happens Nov. 15.
WR Eric Kumah (Forest Park/Woodbridge, Va.): Kumah covets a Terps offer, and could pick one up Nov. 15 or sometime this offseason. He likes in-state Va Tech a lot, but had high praise for Maryland as well.
LB Jango Glackin: Our Midwest Scout guy tipped us off about this outside linebacker with an awesome name. Glackin currently holds a slew of MAC offers, plus WVU and Indiana, but said the Terps and area recruiter Greg Studrawa had been in touch. He’ll be making his first trip to College Park this weekend, and we’ll see what kind of impression it leaves.
S Eddie Hahn (Red Bank Catholic/Red Bank, N.J.): No UMD offer yet, but Hahn has been talking up the Terps and area recruiter Keith Dudzinski a good amount. He would give Maryland a long look should a scholarship materialize.
OL Andrew Boselli (Providence/Jacksonville, Fla.): Recruiting is still in its infancy stages for Boselli, but the son of former All-Pro Tony Boselli has a rapport with UMD area recruiter Keenan McCardell. It bodes well that he’s trekking so far north just to check out College Park. If Maryland puts on a show Nov. 15, it could resonate with Andrew Boselli. In-state Miami has also offered and has his eye.
TE Naseir Upshur (Imhotep/Philadelphia, Pa.): The teammate of Terps pledge D.J. Moore has been to a couple Maryland games this fall. He likes area recruiter John Dunn, knows the Terps need a tight end, and has Moore in his ear all the time. But Upshur is a national recruit, and programs such as Michigan State, Ohio State, Pitt, Penn State and others are under firm consideration. If the Terps can prove themselves against one of Upshur’s prime contenders, it would likely further help UMD’s chances.

Prep Action

DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) vs. Carroll

On Nov. 8, I was able to watch DeMatha’s homecoming game and regular season finale, which the hosts ended up winning, 40-12. I had already scouted Carroll’s Terps targets Jauan Williams and Richard Merritt earlier this fall, so my main focus was on the three DeMatha juniors the Terps are pursuing: running back Lorenzo Harrison, receiver Tino Ellis and offensive tackle Terrance Davis. (Note: Defensive end Shane Simmons is a firm Penn State pledge).

Harrison, of course, has been committed to Maryland since the summer, and has spent the ensuing months talking up the hometown school. He’s been in the ear of not only his own teammates, but also other elite DMV talents like Dwayne Haskins, Trevon Diggs, Ellison Jordan, Keandre Jones (Good Counsel/Olney, Md.) and others.

Harrison has attended the majority of Maryland’s home games and watched the rest on TV. He paid particular attention to the Terps’ win at Penn State, and said the nationally-televised victory could only help the program moving forward, both in terms of earning on-field respect and in recruiting.

Though there’s a long way to go until Harrison signs on the dotted line, he seems firmly on board with the program and its direction -- so long as other locals follow his lead.

As far as Harrison’s (5-8, 185) game is concerned, he really does look like a Ray Rice incarnate. And we’re not just talking about his short, thick frame either. Harrison has outstanding vision, runs with very good balance, keeps his pads low, follows his blocks well, and explodes through creases. He’s quick enough to bounce it outside and beat defenders to the edge, and deft enough to cut on a dime and slice through an inside lane.

Harrison also has plenty of make-you-miss to him and has been known to leave defenders flatfooted. Moreover, he has sneaky strength and can plow through defenders, who tackle too high or don’t wrap up properly. Sometimes Harrison can get caught dancing in the backfield, and he doesn’t have 4.3 40-yard-dash wheels, but this guy is a nice little runner who could be another Lance Ball at Maryland. (ARTICLE).

I already spoke to the receiver Ellis prior to our last Shell, so I didn’t feel the need to interview him again this week. For a reminder, the Baltimore native is extremely high on the hometown program, and though he’s keeping his recruitment open, we believe Maryland has a better than 50-50 chance of landing the 6-1, 185-pounder.

While I knew Ellis was decidedly talented heading into the Nov. 8 game, I hadn’t had a chance to truly examine the technical aspects of his game until the Carroll bout. But after watching him run route after route, and then paying attention to his footwork and instincts as a free safety, I could tell this 2016 star had serious potential.

But one of the highest compliments I can pay Ellis is this: He has terrific football IQ. His read-and-react time as a safety; his sense of timing and spacing both offensively and defensively; the way he works back to the quarterback when a play breaks down; and how he knows when to blitz and when to sit back in coverage -- he does all of that better than most elite high school recruits I’ve seen this year.

On top of that, Ellis possesses soft hands, above average ball skills (i.e. high points the ball, cradles it in), and an excellent vertical leap. He might not have the Usain Bolt wheels and downfield acceleration to take the top off an FBS defense, but Ellis is still plenty quick and can easily motor by a hesitant cornerback. Moreover, he’s big enough and strong enough to out-muscle defenders and fight through jams at the line.

Ellis does have to continue working on his route running and some of the position’s finer areas, but he’s already well on his way to becoming a complete receiver. (ARTICLE).

Last but not least, I watched the offensive lineman Terrance Davis (6-4, 310), who is also high on the Terps, though he is looking at a few glitz-and-glamour programs like Georgia, South Carolina, Florida State and perhaps Tennessee as well.

Davis plays right tackle at DeMatha, and that’s fitting, because he has the stereotypical right tackle’s frame (big, thick, stout) and mentality (mean). Davis is a mauler with above-average point-of-attack power, and when he gets into his man, he finishes with a pancake or knocks him straight off the line. He also has enough athleticism to push past the initial line of defenders and execute a second-level block. Davis doesn’t have exceptional arm length, but he still gains good extension as well. Moreover, he shows a solid kick-step in pass protection and possesses the big, strong hands needed to anchor against rush ends.

The DeMatha tackle does need to continue working on his footwork, agility, hand placement and leverage, however. At this time, he looks to be a straight-ahead bulldozer, so we’d like to see him execute more complicated blocks and show he can effectively pull out in space. Davis also tends to come off the ball high, and he can be a little methodical when shifting his weight in pass pro. Naturally, he’ll need to shore those areas up too. (ARTICLE).

It was difficult enough to key on those three guys, so I didn’t do a full evaluation on class of 2017 Stags athlete Anthony McFarland. But it was clear just from watching this 5-9 speedster make play after play after play that he’s probably one of the top five athletes in Maryland right now. McFarland is a true home-run threat, one of those rare athletes who has a chance to score every time he touches the ball. On at least two occasions Nov. 8 he went into Bo Jackson Tecmo Bowl mode, a video-game-like unstoppable force who bounced off defenders like a pin ball and still maintained his speed and acceleration.

Imhotep vs. Overbrook (Philadelphia)

Scout’s Brian Dohn got his second look at Maryland pledge D.J. Moore (Imhotep), and once again returned with naught but positive reviews. Dohn lauded Moore’s size-speed combination, improved route running, in-air ball skills, hands and physicality. I haven’t seen the full scouting report yet, but it’s clear Dohn believes Moore is one of the best senior receivers in the region.

Before the game, which Imhotep won 52-6, Dohn caught up with Moore, who once again reaffirmed his commitment to Maryland. Moore said he was impressed with the Terps’ win over Penn State, has stayed in touch with many of the UMD coaches, and said he’s looking forward to studying kinesiology when he arrives in College Park. Moore is supposed to take his official visit to Maryland Dec. 5, but acknowledged he might have to push that back due to his team’s playoff schedule. (ARTICLE).

TerrapinTimes Top Stories