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Interview With Former 5-Star, Maryland Big Man: Diamond Stone

Reading Time: 3 minutesDiamond Stone is one of the biggest “What ifs” of Maryland basketball this recent decade. Stone came to College Park ranked as a 5-star, top-10 recruit and was the best recruit Maryland had ever signed. The 6-foot-11 big man showed a lot of promise in his freshman year averaging 12.5 PPG and 5.4 RPG. His freshman season was highlighted by a 39 point performance in a win against Penn State. Stone showed a lot of promise, but most college basketball fans agreed he it would’ve been best for him to develop his game for another year...

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Maryland’s Potential 2021 Basketball Recruiting Class (Part 2)

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Terps are targeting a lot of players for the class of 2021 in hopes of a massive class. In addition to part 1, these are the players I think Maryland has the best chance of getting. Aminu Mohammed: Mohammed is a 6″4 SG/SF in the class of 2021. He is rated as a 5 star prospect and he is the 14th best player in the class of 2021. Aminu is originally from D.C and currently plays high school basketball in Springfield, Missouri. His crystal ball is 100% Louisville, but only one person has put a...

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Preview of Maryland’s Potential 2021 Recruiting Class: Part 1

Reading Time: 2 minutesMaryland’s 2021 class is going to be a good one. Earlier this week, the Terps landed a commitment from 4 Star 6’9″ PF Julian Reese. Reese is a top 100 prospect and is ranked as the 21st best PF and the 5th best player in the state of Maryland. Maryland is targeting a wide range of prospects, but the ones that I’ll be naming are the ones that I believe they have the best chance at getting. Maryland is going to need to add a few solid wing players, along with a solid big man if...

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Why Maryland Will Never Win with Mark Turgeon

Reading Time: 2 minutesEver since his hiring in 2011, Mark Turgeon’s Terps have been consistently above-average compared to other Power-5 programs. However, in his 9 seasons at Maryland, he has only led the Terrapins to the NCAA Tournament 5 times. Maryland has also only been to the Sweet 16 once under Turgeon, even with very strong rosters almost every season.  As long as Turgeon remains at the helm for Maryland Basketball, the Terps will never have success when it matters.  Turgeon has been able to retain his job for so long due to his ability to recruit big name high school prospects. Players...

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Why Maryland is the Best Team in the Big Ten

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Terps; what can I say about this young talented team? They’re clearly the best in the Big Ten… but that’s besides the point. This is, by a long shot, the best Maryland team we’ve seen since they won “March Madness” in 2002! Although the program has seen teams that have played at an acceptable level in recent years such as the Melo Trimble and Diamond Stone led team, they haven’t reached the athletic ability that the Anthony Cowan Jr. led team has exhibited. This is not only because of the talent and depth on the...

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