Class of 2014 standout Dion Wiley has committed to Maryland
Class of 2014 standout Dion Wiley has verbally committed to Maryland coach Mark Turgeon. Wiley texted CBSSports.com early Friday confirming is decision.
Class of 2014 standout Dion Wiley has verbally committed to Maryland coach Mark Turgeon, a source told CBSSports.com early Friday. Wiley subsequently confirmed the news with a text message to CBSSports.com.
Wiley is expected to sign a national letter of intent in November. The 6-foot-4 guard is a consensus top-50 prospect rated as high as 22nd by one service. He chose Maryland over a host of other high-major programs, among them Indiana and Georgetown.
Wiley is the second Class of 2014 prospect to commit to Maryland.
The other is Romelo Trimble.
He's also a top-75 recruit.
The former five-star recruit has not yet hired an agent
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