Photos: DMV Crew on Campus for Maryland’s 31-24 Win over Northwestern

2024 four-stars Braydon Lee and Fletcher Westphal were among those in attendance, while Lee’s teammate and three-star linebacker Kendric Council made it into College Park. While the Terps were able to bring in USC verbal Sam Greene for a visit, his teammates joined him as 2024 four-star quarterback Mike Van Buren, three-star linebacker Simeon Coleman and 2025 cornerback Kevyn Humes arrived at halftime. Maryland was able to attract out-of-state talent as a pair of committed prospects made the cross-country trip with 2024 Utah verbal Kobe Boykin and 2025 USC verbal Jett White making the trip into College Park.

Check out photos of Maryland’s visitors this past weekend.

Photos by Omar Husain (Twitter/IG: @ohusane)

Maryland verbal Tamarus Walker, Northwestern verbal Mason Robinson
Maryland verbal Zeke Avit, 2024 ATH David Avit
2025 Freedom (VA) WR Carleton “Juju” Preston, RB Jeffrey Overton
Archbishop Spalding (MD) CB Trent Gillis
2024 Churchill ATH David Avit
2025 George Washington WR Hunter Giacomo
2025 Hurricane (FL) WR Tyshawn Dues, Laron Dues
Maryland verbals Tamarus Walker and Ryan Manning
St. Anthony’s WR Korey Duff
Maryland verbal Ryan Manning
2024 four-star OT Fletcher Westphal
2024 four-star CB Braydon Lee
2024 four-star CB Braydon Lee

Maryland verbal Alex Moore
Maryland verbal Alex Moore
Maryland verbal Ryan Manning
Maryland verbal Daniel Wingate
Maryland verbal Tamarus Walker
Maryland verbal Zeke Avit
Lackawanna OT Elijah Philippe
Lackawanna OT Elijah Philippe
Lackawanna ATH AJ Fletcher, Isaiah Holloway
Lackawanna OT Elijah Philippe
Lackawanna OT Elijah Philippe

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Instant Reactions: Maryland 31, Northwestern 24