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Rakim Jarrett, a five-star wide receiver from Washington, D.C., has flipped his commitment from LSU to Maryland.

Jarrett was committed to LSU since April but said this week that he was not going to sign early, due to certain rules at his St. John's College High School.


For more info on Jarrett, visit his profile page on our 2020 Recruiting Tracker.

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The fact he lied about his ability to sign knowing his intentions is a character flaw that is probably worth passing on seeing the position our receiver corps is in currently.
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Exactly. Great point.
30 months
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We just dodged a bullet and got lucky on this one. Lying late like this is definitely a character flaw and would come back to haunt us. We've learned the advantage of recruiting guys with integrity.
Reply30 months
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Staying close to home. Nothing wrong with that. Need to learn to be upfront with people however.
Reply30 months
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He was scared to go too far away from home. Glad he picked no one competitive vs LSU
Reply30 months
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Have fun going 2-10 and heading to the "leftout bowl" for the next 3 years.
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At least it wasn't Bama or any other SEC for that manner
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That’s a good point
30 months
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He will start every game and end the season with 4 TDs and 250 yards.
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LOL...couple of more classes like this and Maryland make make it back to the Military Bowl before his eligibility runs out
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He'll enter the transfer portal in 2 years when he realizes his draft stock in non-existent because he plays for f*cking Maryland.
Reply30 months
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What a shite football school and he will never win a thing.
Reply30 months
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Louisiana produces tons of guys who can catch and run all over the field. Losing a lineman hurts a lot more
Reply30 months
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What... on earth....
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And he was never heard of again...
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This is why I don't get too excited about verbal commitments. These are teenage kids who can change their minds on a dime for any reason.
Reply30 months
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Wants to be “the man” and doesn’t want to compete in this receiving class.
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Problem is a guy with that skill set you need a QB to get to your potential. I get wanting to stay home just Odd to say the least this late in the game.
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Crabcakes and football — that's what Maryland does! Not so much the football part.
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Crabcakes seasoned with Obay...they are clueless
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Don't worry young buck, getting Dumervil was bigger for us than losing you...
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Yeah he won’t regret that at all.........................
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East coast guys are so weak.
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I can't imagine a great wide receiver not wanting to be in this game plan. No way this guy lives up to being a 5 star and he knows it.
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