Mike Locksley continues to add talent to the 2021 recruiting class.
Over the weekend, the Terrapins added a verbal pledge from three-star tight end Weston Wolff, a native of Venice, Florida. He was a heavily-recruited prospect, receiving 37 offers according to his 247Sports profile.
Wolff dropped a video on social media to make his announcement. His commitment gives the Terps a dozen members in the 2021 recruiting class.
ᴄ ᴏ ᴍ ᴍ ɪ ᴛ ᴛ ᴇ ᴅ pic.twitter.com/FPWZTNvb6V
— Weston Wolff (@WestonWolff2021) May 10, 2020
Wolff is a 6-foot-4, 210-pound tight end who has been recruited heavily. His size and athleticism is appealing to several schools on the recruiting front. Along with Maryland, he also received offers from Illinois, Indiana, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Utah, Louisville, Northwestern, Miami and many others.
Per 247Sports, Wolff ranks as one of the top 50 tight ends in the 2021 recruiting class and one of the top 150 prospects out of the state of Florida.
Maryland’s 2021 class is sitting in an incredibly good spot right now. The Terps ranks 14th nationally and sixth in the B1G.