* Maryland could add up to three more scholarship players to its roster. "If there are players out there that can make us better, we'll go ahead and pursue that," Edsall said.
* Linebacker Abner Logan is an "extremely vocal" player that the Terps targeted early. The four-star prospect was "a man amongst boys" in his Boston private school league, Edsall said.
* The Atlanta area was good to Maryland this year, with Brigham, wide receiver Amba Etta-Tawo and cornerback Alvin Hill all coming from that metropolitan area. Assistants Lyndon Johnson and Tom Brattan both have good ties to Georgia.
* Logan and Sean Davis may not have faced the stiffest high school competition, but Edsall isn't the least bit concerned about how they'll transition to college. Edsall said Davis wanted to commit to the Terps early on in the process, but his mother was a tougher sell. She eventually was persuaded to her son's line of thinking. Edsall said other ACC and Big 10 schools continued recruiting Davis until "the very end."
Check back with Recruiting Report later this week for a story on Jefferson and two local Terps walk-ons.