from Matt Bracken’s Tracking The Terps in the Sun :
Keith Stevens of the D.C.-based Team Takeover said he got a call from Turgeon late Monday night, shortly after the former Texas A&M coach accepted the Maryland job. “I think that shows his commitment level, not only to myself, but to the other AAU and high school coaches in the community,” Stevens said. “He wants to be involved. He wants us to play a part in the growth of the program.” Stevens — whose program features Maryland targets and DeMatha players Jerami Grant and Bee Jay Anya— said he has dealt with Turgeon in the past. Stevens said Turgeon and Scott Spinelli — Turgeon’s associate head coach in College Station — have “very good connections locally.” “He’s very active,” Stevens said. “He’s going to be out there considerably. You’re going to see him as much as you see the assistant coaches.”
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