Wisloski, Wade and Long highlight the big weekend for future Terps

Maryland football lost on the way to Wisconsin to 6-3 in the year, but it was a better weekend for a number of future Terps. Here’s a look at the Maryland recruits and how they performed in high school games this past weekend.

Braeden Wisloski – ATH, Southern Columbia (PA): Wisloski and Southern Columbia continued to roll with a 69-0 win over Line Mountain to improve to 8-3. Wisloski, as usual, found the endzone in several ways. He started with a one-handed interception that returned for a touchdown, then a punt returned for a touchdown and followed it up with two quick touchdowns.

AJ Szymanski – TE, Loyola Blakefield (MD.) Szymanski and Loyola Blakefield improved to 4-5 with a 14-12 win over Mt. Zion Prep Academy. Szymanski managed all the scoring when he took a touchdown and returned a fumble for one to help lead Loyola Blakefield to victory in Senior Night.

Mykel Morman – DB, Dr. Henry A Wise Jr. (MD.) Wise continued his dominant season with a 49-0 win over Parkdale to improve to 9-1. Morman ended the evening with a contrast.

Lavon Johnson – DL, Cheshire Academy (CT.) Johnson and Cheshire Academy fell to Deerfield Academy 21-20 to drop to 3-5.

Kevin Thomas – CB, Lowndes (GA.) Thomas and Lowndes dropped to 5-5 with a 48-21 loss to Camden County. Despite the losing effort, Thomas had 3 catches for 70 yards and a touchdown.

Dylan Wade – TE / DE, Jones (Finnish) Wade and Jones improved to 8-2 in the year with

a 35-14 win over Dr. Phillips. Wade finished with three quick touchdowns to go along with two sacks.

Derrick Rogers – WR, Jones (fla.) Rogers, a teammate of Wade’s, joined him to track all of Jones’s scores. He ended the evening with two touchdowns.

Tamarus Walker – OL, McDonogh (MD.) Walker and McDonogh improved to 5-6 in the year with a 34-13 win over Gilman.

Sean Williams – WR-St. Giovanni (MD.) Williams and St. Johns faced another tough test this week and improved to 6-4 with a 22-13 win over Gonzaga.

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Ezekiel Avit – WR, Winston Churchill (MD.) Avit and Churchill won their first round of playoffs 34-21 over Richard Montgomery. They will host Gaithersburg next Friday in the second round.

Roberto Lungo – QB, St. Peters Prep (NJ) Long and St. Peters Prep won the first round match at Notre Dame 57-22. Long was dominant as he threw for 281 yards and 5 touchdowns, while also running for 36 yards and a touchdown to the ground.

Deandre Duffus – OL, Chaminade Madonna Pre (Fla.) Duffus and Chaminade Madonna improved to 9-0 with a 45-6 win over Treasure Coast. Chaminade Madonna continues to be one of the best high school teams in the country.

Ryan Manning – WR, Academy of Santa Francesca (MD.) Manning and St. Frances improved to 7-0 with a 41-18 win over St. Thomas More.

Tayvon Nelson – DB, Canary (NY.) Nelson and Canarsie defeated Eagle Academy 56-0 to improve to 6-2.

Dill├án Fontus – Edge Rusher, Canarsie (NY.) Fontus was also a part of the defense that excluded Eagle Academy.

Daniel Wingate – LB, San Vincenzo Pallotti (MD.) And Alex Moore – Yes, San Vincenzo Pallotti (MD.) Wingate and Moore fell 21-0 at Calvert Hall to finish their 2022 season.

Jonathan Akins – CB, Madison County (Fla.) Akins and Madison County improved to 3-6 with a 28-21 win over Rickards.

Josh Richards – WR, East Orange Campus (NJ.) INACTIVE

DJ Samuels – Edge Rusher, Bergen Catholic (NJ): Laze

Nolan Ray – RB, Brother Rice (IL.) DNP-LESIONISTICA


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