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  • Hampton Looking Locally

    Hampton Looking Locally

    IMS checks in on Dematha forward Joe Hampton as he attempts to transition to small forward this spring with DC Premier. Maryland is among the teams making a push lately. More

  • Terps Exploring Local 2015 Point Guards

    Terps Exploring Local 2015 Point Guards

    With Roddy Peters no longer with the team, the Terps have quickly turned its attention to adding a true PG in the Class of 2015. They already have checked in on 3 options. More

  • Clarke's Stock Still Rising

    Clarke's Stock Still Rising

    The Terps have been seeking a wing player in the Class of '15. With three scholarships recently vacated, they've got room to work with. Where do they stand with Chris Clarke? More

  • The Inside Scoop: What's Next?

    The Inside Scoop: What's Next?

    It's been a wild couple of days, with players coming and going, potential coaching shake-ups and more. IMS delivers the Inside Scoop on what's occurred and what's next. More

  • Dallas WR big on Stewart, Terps

    Dallas WR big on Stewart, Terps

    Maryland defensive coordinator Brian Stewart went through Dallas in January and offered a handful of athletes. There’s one, a 6-foot-5 wide receiver, that is highly considering the Terrapins. More

  • Scouting Michal Cekovsky

    Scouting Michal Cekovsky

    What will the Terps latest commit bring to the team next year? Is he the next Alex Len? Will he be able to contribute right away? IMS answers your questions on Cekovsky here. More

  • BREAKING: 7-Footer Cekovsky a Terp

    BREAKING: 7-Footer Cekovsky a Terp

    IMS Exclusive: Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon has received a commitment from 7-foot 2014 recruit Michael Cekovsky, the No. 39 prospect in the Class of 2014. More

  • Massive OL Enjoys Visit

    Massive OL Enjoys Visit

    Eastern Christian (MD) offensive guard Shamar Hardin talks about Friday's visit to Maryland and the status of his recruitment. More

  • Turgeon Makes "a Big Impression"

    Turgeon Makes "a Big Impression"

    It didn't take long for Mark Turgeon to offer big man John Collins during his visit to West Palm Beach -- and it may not be long before Collins makes a return trip of his own. More

  • McDonald's Primer

    McDonald's Primer

    Meyer: "Melo Trimble isn't a flashy player, but he is efficient and effective. The Maryland signee plays with great strength as a playmaker and has a lethal shooting stroke." More

  • Coffee and Links: April 2

    Coffee and Links: April 2

    Lady Terps advance to Final Four ... Lacrosse's Erhardt an award finalist ... Evaluation period key for Edsall. More

  • Eval Period Key for Maryland

    Eval Period Key for Maryland

    The Evaluation Period is coming, and it is an extremely vital time during the recruiting cycle. Here are four goals for Maryland ahead of the impending chaos. More

  • Metro 60 Recap: Terps Targets Shine

    Metro 60 Recap: Terps Targets Shine

    The Metro 60 Challenge, put on by TTO director Keith Stevens, featured 60 of the best players around the DMV area along with UMD's most recent offer - De'Monte Buckingham. More

  • Battle Enjoys Home Practice

    Battle Enjoys Home Practice

    Maryland held practice at North Point (MD) High School, home of 2014 quarterback Brandon Battle. He talks about that here. More

  • Fofana Opens African Hoops Pipeline

    Fofana Opens African Hoops Pipeline

    For Hassan Fofana, things may not have worked out as planned at Maryland. But the former Terps center would be thrilled to see his current proteges end up as Terps. More

  • Cowan Feeling the Love from Terps

    Cowan Feeling the Love from Terps

    Anthony Cowan remains a top priority for Maryland in the Class of '16 and as a local recruit, the staff has had an opportunity to develop a strong relationship with him. More

  • Teachey a Regular at MD

    Teachey a Regular at MD

    McDonough (MD) cornerback Josh Teachey has visited Maryland multiple times. He talks about that, his recruitment and more. More

  • Nickens Getting Ready for Maryland

    Nickens Getting Ready for Maryland

    Jared Nickens, two months from moving to Maryland, talks about preparing for college, his tight relationship with a future teammate and current teammate Georgios Papagiannis. More

  • Potomac Coach Talks Broddie, Wiley

    Potomac Coach Talks Broddie, Wiley

    IMS spoke with Potomac High's head coach, Renard Johnson, who is fresh off a state title win behind his backcourt duo of Terps commit Dion Wiley and Randall Broddie. More

  • Maryland to Drop In On Moss

    Maryland to Drop In On Moss

    Westminster Academy (FL) athlete Tobias Moss already has two offers, and Maryland could be the next to pull the trigger. More

  • Off-Season Prospectus: The Bigs

    Off-Season Prospectus: The Bigs

    In the third installation of our three-part Maryland basketball off-season prospectus, we examine the Terps' most glaring position of need: the bigs. More

  • Cali DT Reaches Out to MD

    Cali DT Reaches Out to MD

    Los Altos (CA) defensive tackle David Jimenez reached out to Maryland this offseason, and the Terrapins responded positively. More

  • Texas Two-Step for Terps?

    Texas Two-Step for Terps?

    Maryland is on the verge of offering this elite Texas running back, and if they do, it might secure two commitments from the Lone Star State. More

  • MD a "Dream School" For Keyser

    MD a "Dream School" For Keyser

    C.J. Keyser is a name not many know now but he could be primed for a big summer and he calls UMD a dream school after playing at - and watching - two big games at Comcast. More

  • Maryland's Most Wanted

    Maryland's Most Wanted

    InsideMDSports takes a look at the twelve recruits who are most important for Maryland's 2015 class. More

  • Massive JUCO DT Talks MD Offer

    Massive JUCO DT Talks MD Offer

    Maryland went way out west to offer one of the top junior college defensive tackles in the country. What did he have to say about the news? More

  • Report: Maryland Re-Signs Locksley

    Report: Maryland Re-Signs Locksley

    Maryland OC Mike Locksley has re-signed for three years at $600,000 per, making him one of the Big Ten's highest paid coordinators, according to a report by Bruce Feldman. More

  • Offseason Prospectus: The Backcourt

    Offseason Prospectus: The Backcourt

    With the 2013-2014 season in the books, we take a look at next year's roster and what must happen for the Terps to return to the NCAA Tournament. First up: the backcourt. More

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