Maryland football picked up a solid commitment ahead of their spring game from 2019 Jefferson Wide Receiver Ahmarean Brown, their third commit for 2019.
Maryland football received another commitment in the 2019 class from Ahmarean Brown and he chose the Terps over Michigan, Michigan State, Missouri, Oregon and more.
He visited Maryland football on Thursday and announced his commitment on Twitter Saturday. He joins Ballou High School (D.C.) Athlete Lavonte Gater and St. Charles High School (Md.) outside linebacker Kameron Blount as the Terps’ commits. He is the second one this month.
With the addition of Ahmarean Brown, Maryland football sits at 2019 national recruiting class standings, and have the 10th best Big Ten recruiting class.
As a member of the Tampa Catholic Crusaders in 2017, Ahmarean Brown led the team in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns with 622 yards and six touchdowns respectively. He was second on the team in receptions with 36 and averaged 17.3 yards per catch. He also ran the ball 15 times for 78 yards and one touchdown.
Ahmarean Brown has the speed and the first step off the line of scrimmage necessary to make plays for his team. Making the tough catch in traffic and his route running is a nice accent to his game as well. As a senior at Jefferson, this fall will be his last opportunity to make his mark as high school football player.
From the looks of his film, he could be a good fit for the Terps in the slot because of his speed and first step at 5’10, 165 pounds. Using him on special teams would be nice to see as well. Especially if a year from now, the Terps don’t have a solidified starter for that position.
Now, will the commitments keep coming in April? We’ll see but the Terps certainly got a good one.