Till Can't Wait to Get to Maryland

Scout.com talked with 2010 safety Titus Till from Henry A. Wise High School in Upper Marlboro, MD. The three-star Maryland commit has been to Maryland a few more times and recently received a big honor.

Titus Till has been a long time Maryland commit. Although he says schools still have him on their mailing list no coaches have really recruited him since he announced his intentions to attend Maryland.

"Things have been quiet," said Till. "I was at the Maryland one day camp last week and then again yesterday for a 7 v 7 passing tournament. I got a concussion and some stitches yesterday from a head to head hit. I don't really remember much else. When I was there for the one day camp I got to ride around with Head Coach Ralph Friedgen in the cart. I had a lot of fun."

Till was selected for the 2nd Annual Maryland Crab Bowl this upcoming December. He is part of the initial thirty player roster for the Washington team. "It is a big honor. It is nice to be regarded as one of the premier players in the state. I will go down there and do my best."

Maryland is not only getting a good player but a nice young man as well. Till talked about what Maryland fans can expect from him. "They are getting someone with a great personality, fun loving, good person and a great football player. I can't wait to get down there."

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