With the 2012 National Signing Day approaching, Maryland football may be pushing back into the lead for three-star offensive lineman D.J. Reader. Reader was seemingly a given to be landed by Clemson, but a report by Mike Farrell of Rivals suggests that the Terps are making a late push.
Reader, a 6'3'', 306-pound lineman from North Carolina, is currently ranked No. 19 among offensive lineman recruits and No. 20 in the state of North Carolina. He would bolster a Terps' recruiting class that has jumped up several notches since Mike Locksley was hired.
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