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Lemming talks Terps, Cavs, Hokies

I recently spoke with CBS College Sports analyst Tom Lemming, here's how he assessed the recruiting classes put together by Maryland, Virginia and Virginia Tech:

"Virginia Tech obviously has the best class of the three. Maryland is doing okay. Virginia, considering the circumstances [of a coaching change] is doing okay too. Virginia Tech is top 20 and the other two would be somewhere 40-50.

"I think [Mike] London is going to be a very good recruiter, I look for real good things out of Virginia real soon, particularly next year. And Virginia Tech keeps going on their way."

As for Maryland, "not bad, not great. It's not a bad year in the state and a lot of the guys went elsewhere. I think Maryland's class is better than what a lot of people think. I think they did a very good job along the Atlantic Coast region. They have a very good evaluating staff at Maryland. They find the guys and then other guys move in."

By Josh Barr  | February 3, 2010; 1:39 PM ET
Categories:  Football, Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Tech  
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Maryland recruiting grade - in reality --- F

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