He may not be the most talked-about member of Maryland's recruiting class, but don't forget about this sharpshooter from New Jersey.
Who will start for Maryland in 2014-15? Injuries and transfers are dictating it and the program is left with a host of options. Details here.
This Maryland program has turned the page, it seems. Head coach Mark Turgeon said he feels "zero pressure" as his team heads into the Big Ten.
Junior college guard Jaylen Brantley has committed to Maryland, Comcast SportsNet has confirmed. Danny Ventura of the Boston Herald was the first to report the news.
The countdown to Maryland's Midnight Madness continues with a question about a Terrapin sharpshooter with one really strong skill.