ESPN 300 defensive end Joshua Kaindoh fooled everyone by committing to Maryland which wasn't even in his recently released top four. Read below to see how the super-talented edge-rusher fits in College Park:What he brings: Kaindoh is a physically impressive prospect with a tall, broad frame and outstanding length and as he continues to develop could grow into a physical monster.
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What will Davis do in Pittsburgh?
We're not quite sure yet. Our Todd McShay gave Sean Davis a fourth-round grade, but the Steelers took him in Round 2. Mike Tomlin does have a knack for getting the best out of his talent. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2 (Insider)
Highlights: Quinton Jefferson
The Seahawks traded up in Round 5 to grab the former Maryland defensive tackle. Check out some of Jefferson's best highlights.
Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer
How about the Jags? Gus Bradley is loading up on defense. CB, LB and now a pass rusher with Ngakoue.
Highlights: Yannick Ngakoue
Jacksonville took Ngakoue out of Maryland with the No. 69 overall pick. Check out the newest Jaguar's tape here.
Highlights: Sean Davis
The Steelers opted for the Maryland safety with the 58th overall pick. Check out some of Davis' best highlights here.
There's potential for the Big Ten East to be one of the most high-flying in college football, with innovative offensive minds throughout.
Brendan Moore came to Maryland as an undersized offensive lineman but, having bulked up, the sophomore looks set to be the Terrapins' starting center.
Will Sean Davis be picked on Day 2?
Our Mel Kiper Jr. doesn't think Davis is the best safety in coverage, but he knows Davis brings the wood when you cross the middle of the field on him. Best-case scenario for Davis is a third round pick. Kiper's favorite players (Insider)
Standouts from the Big Ten's newest members -- Maryland and Rutgers -- can stake a claim to the honor.
After a trip to the College Football Playoff, Oklahoma's recruiting is gainingsteam. But Bob Stoops and the Sooners aren't the only ones trending up.
Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin among Big Ten contenders still looking for clarity at quarterback.
Terps head coach D.J. Durkin believes he and his staff got closer to understanding exactly who they are as a team after 14 spring practices.
Three players earned trips to The Opening while the Maryland Terrapins were a hot topic of discussion at the camp.
New head coach D.J. Durkin continues a strong spring adding a talented offensive lineman to the Terps' class.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
Maryland's Walt Bell wants to be the fastest-operating offense in the Big Ten. The pace has sped up this spring, even as new quarterbacks learn the system. "They'll never learn to play fast if they have not had to communicate and process quickly," said Bell, the Terrapins' offensive coordinator. "You can always go backwards, you can always slow down. But you can't start slow and then expect them to play at a high rate quickly. It's not being in shape, not anything to do with physical constraints. It has to do with their ability to process and communicate quickly and execute at a really high rate for three hours on a Saturday with people watching."
Here are the players to watch in Maryland's spring game on Saturday.
Big Ten writes Josh Moyer and Jesse Temple debate whether the coaches or the players can better influence change in the NCAA.
Over the next two weeks, we will be unveiling the 10 best players of every Big Ten roster at the moment. Next up: Maryland Terrapins.
Big Ten Spring Game schedule
Northwestern and Minnesota will play their spring games on Saturday, and the following two weekends will be filled with the return of more Big Ten football action.
Maryland is in search of any positive momentum attainable on the trail after a very rough finish to the 2016 class. On Friday morning D.J. Durkin and staff received some much needed positive news and a first ESPN Junior 300 commitment from defensive tackle Cam Spence.
Simple slate for Big Ten teams
Among all Power 5 schools, the ones with the easiest 2016 schedules, according to the Football Power Index, all have one thing in common: All five are members of the Big Ten.
Josh Moyer ESPN Staff Writer
Maryland defensive coordinator Scott Shafer stepped down Friday afternoon due to "personal reasons." In a written statement, Shafer thanked head coach D.J. Durkin for the opportunity, "but at this time I feel it's best to step aside to tend to personal matters." It's not yet known who will replace Shafer.
Scott Shafer stepped down as Maryland's defensive coordinator Friday afternoon, citing personal reasons.
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