Jordan Anthony’s Maryland Visit Went Well

    Jordan Anthony's Maryland visit went well and may have helped the Terrapins' chances to land the 4-star linebacker.

    March 29, 2016

    Jordan Anthony’s Maryland visit went well and may have helped the Terrapins’ chances to land the 4-star linebacker.

    Jordan Anthony’s recruitment, for the most part, seems to be coming down to a battle between several powerhouse programs in both the SEC and Big Ten — with Oklahoma being the lone contender from the Big 12.

    The Olney, Md. native moved transferred to the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. before his junior season, and judging by his most recent visit the Terrapins might be in a good position to bring Anthony back home.

    The 4-star recruit and nation’s No. 12 outside linebacker tweeted pictures of his Maryland visit on Monday.

    Anthony had the chance to get a fresh look at the program, which is entering its first season under new head coach D.J. Durkin.

    Durkin, who spent last season as Michigan’s defensive coordinator after serving two seasons as Florida’s defensive coordinator, took the Maryland head coaching job in early December.

    Ironically, the Gators and Wolverines are also in the mix for Anthony’s commitment. They’re also joined by Ohio State, LSU and the aforementioned Sooners.

    Anthony is a 6-foot-1, 210-pound athlete with top-shelf athleticism and instincts, and is making the full-time switch back to linebacker after spending his junior season at running back.

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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