The Maryland sophomore is a versatile combo forward who can even play some small-ball center, thanks to his strong frame and 7-foot-3 wingspan. Jack has made steady improvement defensively and as a 3-point shooter, making him easy to project to today’s NBA game. He needs to continue to improve his feel for the game and ball-handling ability.
—Football squad 2 weeks from Opening day in Austin
—60 second clock comes to Fall Ball inlacrosse–why I am against the clock
—One of theyoung guns, Justin Thomas wins PGA
—Hopes are high for both Terrain soccer squads
—O’s beaten by Seattle pitcher who hadn’t won since 2013 in the bigs
—Ravens in Miami Thursday night–another test for Mallett
—One of the most beloved Terrapin fans, John Rymer passes away—Tribute from Gary Williams–
“He wasn’t just a great guy, he may have been the greatest storyteller Terp athletics has ever known,” Maryland men’s basketball radio analyst Chris Knoche shared. “John could hold anybody spellbound with stories about any event in any venue on campus. He could go from talking about boxing matches in Ritchie Coliseum in the 50’s to watching Gary Williams play in Cole in the 60’s to watching Melo and company roll Minnesota on the road last year – all in the space of about 15 minutes. One of his greatest strengths was simply that he played few favorites. He rooted for the uniform and the university. He was just a tremendous man.”
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