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  • Terp Offer "Surprises" Mann

    Terp Offer "Surprises" Mann

    Maryland extended yet another offer to a guard this week, this time to junior SG Terance Mann of the Tilton School (N.H.). The top 100 player talks about his recruitment. More

  • Terps Top VT; Mitchell Sidelined

    Terps Top VT; Mitchell Sidelined

    Maryland overcame a slow start and shut down Virginia Tech in the second half of a 64-47 win, which snapped a two-game losing streak, but came with a dose of drama.
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  • Terps Making a Push for 2015 Guard

    Terps Making a Push for 2015 Guard

    Scott Spinelli paid a visit to Jalen Adams, the No. 1 rated junior in Massachusetts, this weekend and Maryland is working to make a push for the scoring guard. More

  • Maryland Hoops Recruit Report

    Maryland Hoops Recruit Report

    In this edition of the Maryland Hoops Recruit Report, we round up the high school basketball season with reports from both the BCL and WCAC and scout local prospects. More

  • Terps Find New Target in N.J. Guard

    Terps Find New Target in N.J. Guard

    6'5 guard Elijah Cain is beginning to receive plenty of serious high-major interest since reclassifying back to the class of 2015 - including multiple recent visits from UMD. More

  • Welcome to America, Papagiannis

    Welcome to America, Papagiannis

    IMS was on hand to see the nearly mythical Georgios Papagiannis, the 7-1 high school teammate of Jared Nickens. He was impressive, to say the least. Scouting and scoop ... More

  • Lydon, Layman Have Plenty in Common

    Lydon, Layman Have Plenty in Common

    Terps latest offer, 247Sports' 52nd ranked player Tyler Lydon, has played with Jake Layman before, but has an even more unique personal connection with the current Terp. More

  • Terps Seeking Goodluck from Afar

    Terps Seeking Goodluck from Afar

    Maryland's been successful keeping top local talent at home, but New England's also become a hot spot for the Terps, who are hot in pursuit of the nation's top shot-blocker. More

  • Terps Eyeing Paul VI Sophomores

    Terps Eyeing Paul VI Sophomores

    After an long drought recruiting the talent-laden WCAC, Maryland's gaining inroads. Paul VI coach Glenn Farello talks about his prized sophs and Maryland's overall efforts. More

  • Faust Dealing With Muscle Spasms

    Faust Dealing With Muscle Spasms

    VT NOTEBOOK: Mark Turgeon is hopeful Nick Faust (muscle spasms) will play vs. Florida State, Jake Layman and Charles Mitchell earn starts, Alex Len snaps his slump. More

  • Despite Win, Terps Disappointed

    Despite Win, Terps Disappointed

    Maryland topped Monmouth, 71-38, for its largest margin of victory this season. But that doesn’t mean the Terps were happy with their performance. More

  • Abu a Top Terps Target in '14

    After a strong spring and summer, Abdul Malik-Abu's got a list of offers roughly 30 deep. Maryland is among those chasing hardest, and the Terps have made an impression.

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  • The Breakdown: Turgeon's Top 10

    The Breakdown: Turgeon's Top 10

    With basketball season upon us and recruiting in swing, we take an in-depth look at how Terps coach Mark Turgeon has fared with his top prospects and a look at who's next. More

  • Joseph Maintains High UMd. Interest

    Joseph Maintains High UMd. Interest

    One of the first players in the Class of 2014 to receive a scholarship offer, Kaleb Joseph has become well-acquainted with assistant Scott Spinelli, who visit him recently. More

  • 2015 Big Man to Visit College Park

    2015 Big Man to Visit College Park

    Thanks to Scott Spinelli’s Northeast ties, Maryland’s become increasingly active in New England. One of the Terps' top underclass targets will soon be making the trip South. More

  • Brennan Another 2014 Terps Target

    Brennan Another 2014 Terps Target

    At 6-10, with an accurate shot and stellar grades, Alec Brennan will be an object of affection for recruiters as his career continues. In fact, the process has already begun. More

  • Powell's Profile Growing

    Powell's Profile Growing

    Maryland was among the first high-majors to show interest in RaShawn "Pookie" Powell, who's enjoyed a bountiful first portion of the AAU circuit. More

  • Terps Basketball Offseason Notebook

    Terps Basketball Offseason Notebook

    News and notes from InsideMDSports’ sit down with Terps coach Mark Turgeon, including updates on Pe’Shon Howard, the walk-ons, Scott Spinelli and more. More

  • 2015 Intro: Aaron Falzon

    2015 Intro: Aaron Falzon

    Assistant coach Scott Spinelli continues to recruit and scout players from the greater New England area, the latest of which is class of 2015 power forward Aaron Falzon. More

  • Aronhalt Breaks Down His Decision

    Aronhalt Breaks Down His Decision

    For Maryland fans, the first time Logan Aronhalt played inside Comcast Center was insignificant. But for Aronhalt, the experience was something special. More

  • Terps' Future Set to Arrive

    Terps' Future Set to Arrive

    With most of Maryland's incoming recruits set to arrive in less than two weeks, here's a definitive look at how six freshmen and a transfer are expected to make their marks. More

  • A Hot Start for Joseph

    A Hot Start for Joseph

    Conservative by nature when it comes to scholarships, Mark Turgeon wasted no time in offering one to sophomore Kaleb Joseph, who's living up to the Terps' early evaluation. More

  • "They’re on the Rise."

    "They’re on the Rise."

    "I like the coaching staff a lot and I followed them when I was younger, when they had Greivis Vasquez ... I always liked Maryland. They always have good guards at Maryland."
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  • Dodd Unfazed by Competition

    Dodd Unfazed by Competition

    Shortly after Damonte Dodd committed, Maryland added highly regarded power forward Charles Mitchell. But the in-state big man remains unfazed and hopes to play next year. More

  • N.Y.C. Star Emerges onto 2012 Radar

    N.Y.C. Star Emerges onto 2012 Radar

    Coach on SG Thaddeus Hall: "He likes the Under Armour schools ... They haven’t been fearing the turtle lately, but when he gets there, they’re going to fear the turtle again." More

  • For Dodd, A Dream Come True

    For Dodd, A Dream Come True

    It was a few hours before Maryland’s game against Miami, and Damonte Dodd had arrived for a standard unofficial visit. But that, along with Dodd's future, changed quickly. More

  • Powell on The Rise

    Powell on The Rise

    A little-known prospect prior to this season, explosive Fla. PG RaShawn Powell's made a name for himself and grabbed attention from high-major programs -- including Maryland. More

  • What We Learned: Miami

    What We Learned: Miami

    The Terps lost to Miami, 90-86, Wednesday night in Coral Gables, Fla. Here’s what we learned. More

  • Terp Ties to Potential Prep Power

    Terp Ties to Potential Prep Power

    To those who’ve followed local basketball since the early 90s, Chris Chaney’s name is familiar. And he's back, building a new prep program with a potential Terps prospect.

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  • "He might be a lottery pick."

    "He might be a lottery pick."

    In his first game back from serving a 10-game suspension, center Alex Len didn't disappoint, finishing with 14 points and eight rebounds. His debut garnered rave reviews. More

  • Recruiting Forecast: '12 and Beyond

    Recruiting Forecast: '12 and Beyond

    IMS Exclusive: With the new year arriving, we answer 10 burning questions and offer an in-depth forecast of the future of Maryland basketball recruiting in 2012 and beyond. More

  • Back in the Mix with Anya?

    Back in the Mix with Anya?

    Maryland hadn't been making a push for prized DeMatha big man Bee Jay Anya prior to Mark Turgeon's arrival, but that seems to have changed recently. More

  • A Surprise Visit for Powell

    A Surprise Visit for Powell

    Rashawn "Pookie" Powell appears to be rising up Maryland's 2013 point guard board -- a notion evidenced by Mark Turgeon's recent surprise visit to his practice. More

  • Fla. Guard Has Terps' Attention

    Fla. Guard Has Terps' Attention

    Maryland’s basketball staff continues to search far and wide for point guards in the 2013 class, an endeavor that recently took assistant Scott Spinelli to the Sunshine State. More

  • Turgeon Era Starts With a Win

    Turgeon Era Starts With a Win

    Terrell Stoglin led the team in scoring with 22 points, while James Padgett and Ashton Pankey provided a spark in the post as the Terps beat UNC Wilmington, 71-62. More

  • A Class of his Own

    A Class of his Own

    Six months to the day after his hiring, Terps coach Mark Turgeon talked about his first recruiting class at Maryland. Get the scoop in this free InsideMDSports.com story. More

  • The Christian Sanders File

    The Christian Sanders File

    Houston guard Christian Sanders, who has long-standing ties to Terps coach Mark Turgeon, arrives tonight for his official visit. IMS takes a thorough (FREE) look at Sanders. More

  • Terps Give Britt the Full Tour

    Terps Give Britt the Full Tour

    Gonzaga (D.C.) PG Nate Britt is finishing a fall campus tour, including a thorough viewing of the Maryland last week. How did it go, and is Britt moving toward a decision? More

  • Insider Update: The McGary Chase

    Insider Update: The McGary Chase

    After a wildly successful summer, Mitch McGary is hitting the road in search of his eventual landing spot. Where do things stand overall and in terms of the Terps' pursuit? More

  • Could Layman Be Next?

    Could Layman Be Next?

    Commitments like the one Shaquille Cleare gave to Maryland this morning often set off sprees of verbal pledges. Could Mass. forward Jake Layman keep the momentum going? More

  • N.C. Big has High Terps Interest

    N.C. Big has High Terps Interest

    N.C. big man Kennedy Meeks is only entering his junior year, but his recruitment has already begun to take the appearance of a rising senior's. More

  • Sanders Getting Serious

    Sanders Getting Serious

    Houston guard Christian Sanders was one of the first players Mark Turgeon began to pursue upon arrival at Maryland. With summer hoops done, Sanders is delving into recruiting. More

  • Austin's Interest Unwavering

    Austin's Interest Unwavering

    Waverly Austin has made no secret of his interest in playing at Maryland, and there's little doubt he'll be a top juco prospect this fall. But how hard are the Terps chasing? More

  • Malone: New Staff A "Game-Changer"

    Malone: New Staff A "Game-Changer"

    In an interview with InsideMDSports.com, D.C. Assault President Curtis Malone talked about Gary Williams, the Terps' sudden recruiting resurgence under Mark Turgeon and more. More

  • Turgeon Going All-In for Sanders

    Turgeon Going All-In for Sanders

    Mark Turgeon was hot on the trail of Houston guard Christian Sanders at Texas A&M, and his dogged pursuit of the sharpshooter has carried over to Maryland. Here's the latest. More

  • "I Just Play My Game."

    "I Just Play My Game."

    Seth Allen talks about the increased attention -- good and bad -- since he committed to Maryland, his friend Justin Anderson's de-commitment, his summer plans and more. More

  • Layman Debunks Dunk, Talks Terps

    Layman Debunks Dunk, Talks Terps

    A report last week detailed a dunk Jake Layman had thrown down on the nation's No. 1 prospect. It was an attention-getter for Layman, with one catch: it never happened.

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  • McGary to '11: True or False?

    McGary to '11: True or False?

    Following a UConn visit, rumors swirled that Mitch McGary may be committing to the Huskies and/or considering re-classifying to 2011. What's the real story?
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  • Texas High-Flier Big on Turgeon

    Texas High-Flier Big on Turgeon

    Mark Turgeon was among the first coaches to recruit Danuel House, and that recruitment has continued following Turgeon's move to Maryland. More

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