By: Will Beach

With players like the Gaddy brothers whose combined high school stats left them with 45 sacks and over 80 tackles. Some would believe Maryland should have been able to get more out of their defensive line, especially with multiple four and even some five-star rated players. With a new set of four-star caliber defensive line talent coming in 2021, the question is will these players be able to hold up under the pressure or will they … Read More »

2016 Recruits, 2017 Recruits, 2018 Recruits, 2019 Recruits, 2020 Recruits, Maryland Football

A post by Jordan
If you follow Maryland Basketball you have likely been hearing a lot about this kid named Jamorko Pickett. However, many people have questions about him. He seemingly came out of nowhere and is now the focus of Terp sports. Let’s break down some FAQ’s about Jamorko.

What are his measurables?
Jamorko Pickett stands at 6’7” and weighs in at 190 pounds.

What class is he a part of?
He is a part of … Read More »

2017 Recruits, Jordan Viener, Maryland Basketball

A post by Jordan

Now that MJ Walker has committed to Florida State we have a better understanding of the 2017 recruiting class. We will still have a top 100 recruit now that four star combo guard Daryll Morsell has advanced into the ESPN top 100, a second four star in IMG center Bruno Fernando and yet another grad transfer in big man Sean Obi. While this is a good class, it’s worth noting that this is considered the weakest … Read More »

2017 Recruits, Jordan Viener, Maryland Basketball

A post by Jordan

Terps flex four Justin Jackson is returning for his second season. Jackson is widely considered to be the Terps best player and will almost certainly go pro in 2018 as he is currently projected as the 21st pick in the 2018 NBA draft, however if he has a strong 2017-2018 campaign his stock could rise further. Jackson had good feedback from NBA scouts up until the last day where he worked out for his hometown Toronto … Read More »

2017 Recruits, Jordan Viener, Maryland Basketball, NBA draft

From Jeff Goodman of Espn.com

Sean Obi visited Maryland on Monday, and it didn’t take long for him to come to a conclusion about where he wants to spend his final year of college basketball.
He’ll come over from Duke to spend his senior season with the Terps, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.

InsideMDSports’ Jeff Ermann and The Washington Post’s Roman Stubbs both confirmed the reports.
Since he’s coming over as a graduate transfer, he won’t have to … Read More »

2017 Recruits, Maryland Basketball

It was really loud in the Riggs Center, we aplogize for the audio quality

2017 Recruits, Maryland Football, Wayne Viener

2017 Recruits, Maryland Football

An exciting National Signing Day (NSD) for the Terps

DJ Durkin said “our big guys need to be big and our fast guys need to be fast” for the class of 2017. Looking at the list of recruits for the football team, he made those words come true.

For me, NSD has always been fun, but this year our Terps made an impact. It is certainly a top 20 class the Terps brought in to College Park. I am … Read More »

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Here is Wayne with Intern Mason from UMBC where Mt St Joes beats Poly in OT 66-60.

This is a combined postgame with player interviews all in one.

2017 Recruits, 2018 Recruits, Maryland Basketball, Wayne Viener

Bruno Fernando

(6-10, 225, PF, Luanda, Angola/Bradenton, Fla.)

Unanimous four-star recruit… rated the 57th-best player in the country by Scout.com…ranked 70th by 247Sports…played for Angola at the 2014 U-17 FIBA World Championships…averaged 9.1 points and 10.6 rebounds in 26.6 minutes per game…put up 12 points and 13 rebounds against eventual champion USA and former Terp Diamond Stone…member of Angolan senior men’s national team that participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics qualifying tournament…led the Angolan U-18 National Team to the Afrobasket … Read More »

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