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Recruiting roundup: Top 40 men’s basketball recruit to visit Maryland this weekend

In the midst of an active recruiting period, Missy Meharg, Maryland’s field hockey head coach, secured six commitments for the class of 2025, marking a significant step forward for the program. Notably, two of these commitments hail from top-10 players in the class, as recognized by Max Field Hockey, adding to the anticipation surrounding the upcoming season.

Sarah Walker and Brinkley Eyre, both from Glenelg, Maryland, are among the standout recruits. Walker, distinguished for her performance in 2022 with five goals, eight assists, and 11 defensive saves, is set to join the team as a Defense/Midfield player. Eyre, a promising Midfield player, has earned a place in the top 50 prospects in her class, according to Max Field Hockey. These two high school teammates announced their commitments within days of each other, solidifying their shared journey to College Park.

Jordyn Hollamon, an emerging talent, comes from Delmar, Delaware, and is renowned for her exceptional skills. Ranked among the top ten recruits by Max Field Hockey, Hollamon has an impressive track record that includes three First Team All-State selections, a Second Team National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-American distinction in 2022, and multiple state championships. With an outstanding record of 32 goals and 19 assists as a freshman in 2021, she follows in the footsteps of her older sister Josie Hollamon, who was a former top-10 recruit and a current Terps freshman.

Erin Callahan, a top-10 recruit as recognized by Max Field Hockey, brings her defensive prowess to Maryland from Kingsway Regional in Woolwich Township, New Jersey. Skylar Gilman, a forward from Archbishop Spalding in Edgewater, Maryland, has secured her place with Mid-Atlantic All Region Second Team and All-Anne Arundel County First Team honors. Furthermore, Ryleigh Osborne, hailing from Crofton, Maryland, will contribute her goalkeeping skills to the team, becoming the sole goalkeeper in this recruiting class so far.

Maryland’s volleyball team also secured two pledges for the 2025 season. Maya Evens, a Libero from Cathedral Classic in San Diego, California, boasts an impressive record of victories, including contributing 16 digs to the No. 1-ranked Cathedral Classic Dons’ victory in the 2022 California Interscholastic Federation Open Division state championship. Addie Canady, a Libero from Cary Academy in Cary, North Carolina, is a three-year varsity player known for her prowess in North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 4A Girls Volleyball.

Meanwhile, the Maryland men’s basketball program eagerly anticipates the visit of Jaeden Mustaf, a top-40 recruit, to their campus. Mustaf, a consensus four-star combo guard, holds a prominent position in the recruiting landscape and is expected to make his college decision soon. Additionally, the Maryland women’s basketball and football programs extended offers to promising prospects, emphasizing the university’s dedication to nurturing talent across various sports.

With these commitments, Maryland’s athletic programs are gearing up for an exciting future, aiming to achieve excellence both on and off the field. The diverse array of talent and dedication to recruitment underscore the university’s commitment to fostering a thriving sports community.

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