Memphis transfer Jayhlon Young committed to Maryland men’s basketball on Monday, The Athletic reported. Young’s addition means the Terps have filled all of their scholarship slots for the 2024-25 season.

The 6-foot-2 guard averaged 2.2 points per game at Memphis last year. He averaged 4.5 points and two assists in his first Division I season two years ago at UCF, where Maryland assistant Kevin Norris was formerly on staff.

Young was previously committed to Vermont, but announced that he reopened his recruitment on June 12.

[Georgia Tech forward Tafara Gapare transfers to Maryland men’s basketball]

It’s unsurprising that the Terps used their final roster sport to add a point guard. Belmont transfer Ja’Kobi Gillespie figures to assume the starting role, but Jahari Long’s status is unknown after he went down with a knee injury in the Big Ten tournament.

DeShawn Harris-Smith and Virginia Tech transfer Rodney Rice could be options to play minutes at the point as well, but the pair will likely spend the majority of their minutes playing off the ball or on the wing as typical shooting guards.

Young is Maryland’s fifth transfer of the offseason. EvanMiya ranked the Terps’ transfer class No. 29 in the nation prior to Young’s commitment. They’re ranked No. 17 in overall transfer activity, which also factors in outgoing transfers. Jamie Kaiser Jr. was the lone Maryland player who averaged more than 10 minutes per game to transfer out of College Park.