Last season, Maryland suffered a major loss when quarterback Dwayne Haskins and linebacker Keandre Jones decided to flip their commitment from the Terps to Ohio State. The same thing happened once again as five-star defensive end Joshua Kaindoh decommitted on Monday.
Kaindoh committed to Maryland back in April and became the Terps biggest commit since Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who attended Good Counsel. Kaindoh is ranked the second best strong side defensive end and the No. 26 overall player in the country.
Maryland is still in the mix to get Kaindoh, but the Terps will be going against Alabama, Penn State, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, LSU and other schools that want to reel him in.
Kaindoh is set to make his college decision during the Under Armour All-American game on Jan. 1.