Ive just always liked the program, Lynch said.
He is yet to make an official visit, but said he hopes to do so in the near future. Lynch said he first had contact with Maryland at the end of his junior football season.
Coaches told me that their program is really starting to boost up and I like the conference, he said.
The rising senior cited his versatility as a two-way player as one his best attributes.
You can put me anywhere on the field, the 6-foot-4, 220-pounder said. You can put me on the interior, but Im also quick enough on the end spot. Put me anywhere on the field and Ill do my best.
Last year as a junior, he put up numbers on both sides of the ball with 68 tackles and 348 receiving yards.
People usually compare to me Shawn Oakman, Lynch said.
Oakman, a four-star recruit out of Pen Wood High School in Landsdowne, Pa., is ranked No. 22 at the defensive end position by Scout.com and is verbally committed to Penn State.
People who have played him say Im better than him, but Ive never seen him play, Lynch said.
My coach said I should be expecting an offer pretty soon, but Im not sure from who, he said.