#1 Athlete in nation commits to ACC school


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Stefon Diggs - Wide Receiver
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Height: 6-1   Weight: 190   Hometown: Olney, MD (Lady of Good Counsel HS)   Class: 2012
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I'm not convinced there's such a thing as a program-changing commitment in football, but Stefon Diggs Stefon Diggs
Wide Receiver
6-1, 190
Olney, MD

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to Maryland is probably as close as it gets.

The consensus five-star, top-ten Good Counsel wide receiver just pulled the trigger for the Terrapins today at local College Park bar Looney's, over Ohio State, Auburn, and Florida, among a host of other offers. Diggs is reported to have said, "I wanna win championships, I wanna win bowl games, and what better place to do that than this city," before putting on his Maryland hat. He finished with "I wouldn't be nowhere without my city, so I want to finish it with y'all. ... I'll see y'all in the fall."

He was the best uncommitted recruit in the country on every major ranking service, as well as the consensus #2 wide receiver in the country. His commitment marks a potential sea change in the fortunes of Maryland's currently-woebegone football program.

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Diggs is an excellent athlete, who possesses top end speed. He has exceptional hands, and is a well built kid. Diggs could end up at WR, CB, S, RB, depending on the school's needs.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Stefon Diggs Recruiting Profile
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