March 9, 2016
He was Maryland’s 12th-highest rated recruit in the class.
Maryland football cornerback commit Travon Stott will not enroll at the university and will not join the Terps’ class of 2016, he announced Friday night on Twitter.
The three-star Good Counsel (Md.) product committed to Maryland in April of 2015, and signed his national letter of intent this past February. Maryland was the only team to offer Stott, who told Testudo Times, “Keandre Jones is my best friend, so when he committed there, it was like ‘Woah we may have a possibility of playing together for four more years,’” before he committed to Maryland. Jones was one of the Terps’ highest-rated commits in the 2016 class before he flipped his commitment to Ohio State in January.
Stott was the Terps’ 12th-highest rated recruit in the class of 2016. He was the No. 106 cornerback in the class of 2016 and the No. 30 player in Maryland, according to the 247Sports Composite.
He was one of six defensive backs in the class. Maryland’s secondary is full of question marks entering the season, as corner Will Likely is the unit’s only returning starter.