Wes Brown Officially Commits To Maryland Football On National Signing Day 2012

National Signing Signing Day 2012 is finally here, and while some of the big names have yet to even verbally commit to a school, there are a lot of recruits that have already made those decisions. For them this is the first day that they can fax in their LOI's and become an official commitment to their schools. Randy Edsall has been tweeting all morning when he receives LOI's from specific recruits, and that includes one of their most important local recruits, Wes Brown.

Brown committed somewhat late, during the Under Armor All-American Bowl, but was instantly in the conversation for best player in the incoming class. You never know what is going to happen on Signing Day, so getting his commitment official is a big deal for Maryland.

Some other names that have officially committed to Maryland this morning are; Shawn Petty, Perry Hills, Anthony Nixon, Brock Dean and PJ Gallo.

For all your recruiting news, follow SB Nation's Recruiting Twitter feed, @SBNRecruiting. For complete college football coverage, please visit SB Nation's NCAA football hub. For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Terrapins, visit SB Nation's Maryland blog,Testudo Times.

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