Loyola Blakefield OL Trevor Szymanski commits to Maryland

Maryland is already up to 20 commitments in the 2024 class, but they’ve added another in the trenches as Loyola Blakefield (MD) offensive tackle Trevor Szymanski has announced his commitment.

Szymanski committed to Maryland over offers from Pitt, Virginia Tech and Syracuse among others.

Szymanski, the younger brother of freshman tight end AJ Szymanski, has been a frequent visitor in College Park ever since the spring of 2022 when former assistant Mike Miller began recruiting AJ. Offensive line coach Brian Braswell has kept consistent throughout his recruitment and the local lineman adds to a massive class in the trenches. Szymanski was originally contemplating a June official visit to Maryland before scratching those plans, but the Terps have been a school consistently in his top group.

“I think Maryland’s been, not really a surprising team, but they can compete with anyone,” Trevor said after visiting for a pair of games last fall. “They run the ball really well and I like the offensive line, they do a really good job opening up the running game. When I watch the games, I only watch the positions I’ve played. The left tackle, he’s really good. He’s really good.”

Szymanski, a 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman, becomes the ninth offensive lineman in the Terps’ 2024 class, joining Samir Camacho, Terez Davis, Michael Hershey, Ryan Howerton, Michael McMonigle, Anthony Robsock, Donovan Thompson and Davon Watkins. Szymanski also becomes the second offensive lineman to commit since the season opener and is the fourth local lineman in Maryland’s class.

Szymanski is rated a three-star prospect and an 87 overall by On3, sitting as the 29th-best prospect in Maryland.

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