COLLEGE PARK It’s funny how quickly perceptions can change in the fickle world of football recruiting.
Maryland was riding high early in 2004, after winning 31 games in three seasons under coach Ralph Friedgen. The Terrapins were involved with higher-rated prospects than ever before, and they were being well-received in states where previous staffs had never ventured.
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