COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland recruiting coordinator John Dunn broke down the Terps' 2015 recruiting class on Signing Day Feb. 4. Dunn said that though this was a smaller class, he felt like there was plenty of quality instead of mere quantity. He noted how 17 of the incoming players were team captains and character individuals, as well as talented football players. Dunn talked about the general, overall state of UMD recruiting, certain recruiting areas and where the program would like to make more inroads. He discussed specific players like Darnell Savage (Caravel/Bear, Del.), D.J. Moore (Imhotep/Philadelphia, Pa.), Mbi Tanyi (Bush/Sugar Land, Texas), Mason Zimmerman (Anthony Wayne/Whitehouse, Ohio) and others too.
See what else Dunn had to say in the video below:
John Dunn: 'Quality Not Quantity'
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