OLNEY, Md. -- Good Counsel class of 2016 outside linebacker Keandre Jones committed to Maryland Dec. 1, and a day later he went on camera with Terrapin Times to break his pledge down further. The four-star Jones talked about the importance of his commitment in regards to bringing other DMV talents to Maryland, the impact his family had on his decision, the direction UMD is heading what with a new indoor facility and a second straight bowl season, and what he believes the Terps are capable of in the future.
See what else he had to say in the video below:
Jones Goes On Camera To Talk Terps Pledge
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