Tre’Darius Colbert, a former Angelo State (Division II) defensive lineman, has committed to play in the B1G.

Colbert, a Temple, Texas native, announced on social media that he’s transferring to Maryland football. Listed at 6-foot-2, 346 pounds, Colbert last season had 34 tackles, 6.5 TFLs and 2 sacks. He chose Maryland over offers from the likes of Sam Houston and Louisiana-Monroe. He’s the 3rd commitment in the past week after a pair of high school recruits, Georgia cornerback Lakhi Roland and Virginia edge Anthony Reddick.

Colbert’s connection to Maryland is outside linebackers coach James Thomas, who previously coached at Angelo State, who recruited Colbert along with defensive coordinator Brian Williams.

This is a position of need for the Terps, as Colbert will provide some depth after Maryland lost multi-year starting nose tackle Ami Finau to graduation. Tennessee transfer Jordan Phillips or former 4-star recruit Tommy Akingbesote are expected to start in the middle of the Terps’ 3-4 defense.

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