Whatever one wants to say about University of Maryland football coach Randy Edsall, you cannot say he's not searching the globe for talent.Punter and place-kicker Brad Craddock, a native of Adelaide, Australia, has a signed up to play for the Terps, the program announced on Thursday. According to the statement released by the school, Craddock learned to punt playing Australian Rules football and was dubbed the top rated Australian kicking prospect in the class of 2012 by one publication. He has trained with OzPunt, an Australian punting, kicking and holding academy."Brad is an extremely talented kicker and punter with a very strong leg and excellent hangtime and distance with his kicks," Edsall said in the statement. "Having had experience with an Australian punter previously, I felt that Brad would be a great fit based on film and recommendations of our kicking and International contacts. We look forward to having Brad with us when our team reports to camp on August 5th."Senior Nick Ferrara handled kicking, punting and kickoff duties last season for Maryland. In 2011, Ferrara made 12 of 20 field goal attempts and averaged 39.5 yards on 57 punts. Rising sophomore Michael Tart is another kicking option on the roster.Craddock will have all four years of eligibility available at Maryland.