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Posted at 10:54 PM ET, 01/12/2011

Edsall on recruiting the D.C. area, on Washington Post Live

By Keith McMillan

New Maryland football coach Randy Edsall makes an in-studio appearance on Washington Post Live with Ivan Carter, and talks about the goals of keeping local recruits in the area, and demonstrating a passion for Terrapins football.

By Keith McMillan  | January 12, 2011; 10:54 PM ET
Categories:  Football, Randy Edsall, recruiting  | Tags:  ACC, Randy Edsall, football, recruiting  
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Finally, we have a HC that knows UMD can successfully recruit in it's own backyard and hold on to own local highly talented players. A look at this years top recruits and there commits, not a good year for us. http://rivals.yahoo.com/maryland/football/recruiting/rankings/rank-2690
Would like to see 12 to 14 players on the list commit everyyear to the TERPS . How is the lead recruiter for the DC/MD on the new staff?

Posted by: cshort1018 | January 13, 2011 8:08 PM | Report abuse

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