It’s been a busy few weeks on the recruiting trail for Missy Meharg, as Maryland field hockey secured six commitments for the class of 2025. Two of those commits are top-10 players in the class, according to Max Field Hockey.
Maryland volleyball also earned two pledges in 2025, while Maryland men’s basketball awaits the visit of a top-40 recruit on campus this weekend.
Sarah Walker, 2025, Defense/Midfield, Glenelg (Glenelg, Maryland)
Brinkley Eyre, 2025, Midfield, Glenelg (Glenelg, Maryland)
Two high school teammates and in-state products are coming to College Park in 2025.
Walker, who put up five goals, eight assists and 11 defensive saves in 2022, and Eyre, a top-50 prospect in her class per Max Field Hockey, announced their commitments to Maryland within three days of each other. They shared an image posing together with their Glenelg jerseys and a Maryland flag in the background on Instagram.
Eyre will follow in the footsteps of her older sister, AJ, who committed to Maryland in September 2022.
Jordyn Hollamon, 2025, Midfield/Forward, Delmar (Delmar, Delaware)
Although she’s only entering her junior season, Hollamon — a top ten recruit, according to Max Field Hockey — sports a stacked resume: the Delaware product is a three-time First Team All-State selection, a 2022 Second Team National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-American, a three-time Division Two State Champion and a two-time U-16 USA National Team selection.
Hollamon put up 32 goals and 19 assists as a freshman in 2021. She is the younger sibling of current Terps freshman Josie Hollamon, a former top-10 recruit herself.
Erin Callahan, 2025, Defense, Kingsway Regional (Woolwich Township, New Jersey)
Another Max Field Hockey top-10 recruit, Callahan is a self-described “passionate and dedicated field hockey player and multi-sport athlete.” She will look to help improve a Maryland defense that allowed the fourth-most goals in the Big Ten in 2022.
Skylar Gilman, 2025, Forward, Archbishop Spalding (Edgewater, Maryland)
As a sophomore, Gilman earned Mid-Atlantic All Region Second Team and All-Anne Arundel County First Team honors. She received a top-50 ranking from Max Field Hockey.
Ryleigh Osborne, 2025, Goalkeeper, Crofton (Crofton, Maryland)
Osborne is another top-50 recruit and the lone goalkeeper in Meharg’s class so far. She was selected to the USA U-16 Junior National Team and was a first team selection to the All-State and Baltimore Sun’s All-Met teams. The Terps brought in two freshman goalkeepers in their 2023 class — Alyssa Klebasko and Reagan Beall.
Maya Evens, 2025, Libero, Cathedral Classic (San Diego, California)
Evens has consistently won during her high school career. She recorded 16 digs to help the No. 1-ranked Cathedral Classic Dons sweep Saint Francis in the 2022 California Interscholastic Federation Open Division state championship. The MaxPreps 2023 Preseason First Team All-American also has experience playing up age groups with her club team, Wave Volleyball.
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Addie Canady, 2025, Libero, Cary Academy (Cary, North Carolina)
A three-year varsity player at Cary Academy — beginning in eighth grade — Canady ranked second in North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association 4A Girls Volleyball with 332 digs as a sophomore.
2024 combo guard Jaeden Mustaf, a consensus four-star recruit and the 43rd ranked player in the nation, per 247Sports Composite, will take an official visit to College Park and the Maryland basketball program this weekend.
A Bowie native, Mustaf spent his first two years of high school playing at DeMatha Catholic before transferring to Carmel Christian School in North Carolina last year. Mustaf will play for Overtime Elite in Atlanta in his senior year.
He is currently deciding between a final six of Georgia Tech, NC State, Maryland, Florida State, Indiana and Arkansas. He took official visits to NC State, Indiana and Georgia Tech and has unofficially visited the Terps.
Mustaf is expected to announce his college decision on Sept. 14. On3 currently has Georgia Tech as the overwhelming favorites to land the four-star at 81.5 percent, followed by NC State at 4.6 percent and Maryland at three percent.
2025 power forward and center Nora Ezike received an offer from Maryland women’s basketball, she announced on X, formerly known as Twitter. The Lyons Township High School product thanked coach Brenda Frese for her “continued interest.”
Maryland football offered two prospects, 2025 defensive back and wide receiver Azir Lee and 2027 quarterback Champ Smith. Lee, a three-star recruit according to 247Sports, currently has eight offers, including ones from Boston College, Michigan State and Syracuse.