Terps commit Cam Spence transfers to St. John’s

Cam Spence to SJC
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Things are starting to get interesting in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.

Four-star defensive tackle Cam Spence will be heading back home as he will be transferring to St. John’s College High School. The former IMG Academy standout played at Gilman School in Baltimore before deciding to take his talents to Florida after his sophomore year.


Spence became Maryland’s first four-star commit when he made his decision on April 8. He chose the Terps over schools like Penn State, Ohio State, Florida State, Iowa and others.

Spence will be playing alongside fellow Maryland commit and four-star quarterback Kasim Hill.  Also, he can convince three-star Tyree Johnson, and other St. John’s players to make their way to College Park.

Spence will be playing against a good amount of Maryland targets. DeMatha running back Anthony McFarland, and defensive end Chase Young are two players that’s being heavily recruited by D.J. Durkin and his staff.

The addition of Cam Spence, and Kasim Hill is huge for St. John’s. The Cadets have the potential to be a real threat to DeMatha’s quest at winning four straight WCAC titles.

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