Sophomore Kiyon Boyd added Maryland to his growing list of offers on Thursday.
The H.D. Woodson guard is rated a four-star, ranked the No. 3 shooting guard in the nation and the No. 1 player in D.C. per 247sports. He has 11 scholarship offers from schools like Georgetown, James Madison, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Cincinnati and Penn State. His offer from Maryland came a day after he unofficially visited the school.
Boyd played a key role in H.D. Woodson’s 33-0 season. He was second on the team in scoring, averaging 15.3 points per game. He recorded a double-double in 14 games, and scored a season high 39 points in Woodson’s win over Gonzaga in the DCSAA semifinals. Boyd was selected to the DCSAA First-Team All-State and Second Team All-Mets.
Maryland has given offers to other guards in the 2018 class that’s from the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area. Prentiss Hubb (Gonzaga), and Brandon Slater (Paul VI) are on the Terps radar. D.J. Harvey (DeMatha), Myles Douglas (Paul VI), and Nate Watson (Bishop O’Connell) are players from the 2017 class that’s been offered by Maryland.