Wes Brown was coy when discussing his college recruiting.

The Good Counsel standout running back said he has narrowed his choices to 10, but he declined to say what schools had made the cut.

It is safe to assume, though, that Maryland is on the list – especially after Brown tried to slap hands with Terps Coach Randy Edsall after the first of his two touchdown runs in the Falcons’ 26-21 victory over Gilman on Saturday night.

Brown was in attendance last week to watch Maryland beat Miami and plans to be back at Byrd Stadium on Saturday to see the Terps take on West Virginia.

“It made me like them more,” Brown said of the Terps’ season opener, saying he liked the crowd and atmosphere, but didn’t much like the new helmets. “We’ll see how they do next time.”

This past Saturday night, Brown was explosive, rushing for 135 yards and the two touchdowns, including the game-winning 40-yard score early in the fourth quarter. It was following his seven-yard touchdown in the third quarter that Brown went out of his way toward Edsall, but the head Terrapin quickly retreated with his hands up, knowing that he is not to have contact with recruits while watching them play.