Maryland picks up 2023 commitment from in-state tight end
Maryland is now up to 14 commitments in its 2023 recruiting class. On Sunday, an in-state tight end announced his pledge to play for Mike Locksley’s program.
AJ Szymanski, a Towson native, shared the news on Twitter. He made the commitment after taking an official visit to check out the Terrapins.
After an incredible official visit with @TerpsFootball I am proud to announce my commitment to the University of Maryland! Thank you to all the coaches and players for a great weekend! #TBIA #RespectMyDecision @CoachM_Miller @CoachLocks @AnthonyZehyoue @TouchdownDons pic.twitter.com/LDi2YH6SZy
— AJ Szymanski (@AJSzymanski3) June 26, 2022
Szymanski does not have a recruiting rating, but is listed at 6-5, 245 pounds by 247Sports, which shows he has picked up 14 scholarship offers during his recruitment, including Army, Navy, Temple and UConn.
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Szymanski’s junior-season highlights at Loyola Blakefield High School can be viewed below, via Hudl: