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  • Jersey No.

    10

Jake Layman

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  • Small Forward
  • Wrentham, MA (King Philip Reg)
  • Ht: 6-8 | Wt: 205
  • 2012 - ...
  • Maryland Terrapins

  • Year: Sophomore

As a Recruit: Layman was recruited from King Philip Reg (Wrentham, MA) class of 2012. He committed to Maryland on 9/5/2011. He was recruited by Scott Spinelli .

Timeline

  • Jan 5

    Game

    1/5/2013: Jake Layman records career highs of 20 points and eight rebounds in Terps' ACC opener against Virginia Tech. More

  • Jun 24

    Rating

    6/24/2012: Jake Layman rated 94 by 247Sports.

  • Nov 26

    Leaders

    11/26/2011: Jake Layman names Maryland as leader More

  • Nov 13

    O. Visit

    11/13/2011: Jake Layman official visit to Maryland

  • Nov 8

    Signed

    11/8/2011: Jake Layman letter of intent to Maryland

  • Sep 5

    Commit

    9/5/2011: Layman cancels trips to Syracuse, Louisville and Florida, calls Mark Turgeon while driving home from his Maryland visit and commits. More

  • Sep 3

    U. Visit

    9/3/2011: Jake Layman visits Maryland unofficially for the second time.

  • Jul 27

    7/27/2011: At AAU Nationals Layman names Maryland, Florida, Louisville, and Notre Dame as top choices, while adding Syracuse could be a new wildcard. More

  • Mar 10

    U. Visit

    3/10/2011: Layman takes an unofficial visit to Boston College for its season finale against Wake Forest.

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Bio

Wiry, versatile forward blew up in June prior to his senior and then kept improving through Nike Peach Jam and AAU Super Showcase, emerging as a top-70 prospect and top target for Maryland, Syracuse, Florida and others. An accurate shooter, intrepid defender and bouncy athlete, Layman has enormous potential and can play anywhere between shooting guard and power forward. Will be primarily a small forward in college.

Travel Team: BABC

Legend:

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  • Grey Shirt
  • Red Shirt
  • Medical Redshirt
  • P Primary
  • S Secondary
  • K Keeper
  • P Primary (Inactive)
  • S Secondary (Inactive)
  • K Keeper (Inactive)