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Baltimore Sun Jun 19, 2019

Patience has paid off for former Maryland star Bruno Fernando, on and off the court, in his journey to NBA

Many high school basketball stars can’t wait to finish their first year of college so they can make themselves available for the NBA draft. Several of them, such as former Maryland center Diamond Stone, leave before they’re ready. For Bruno Fernando, the dream of becoming the first Angolan to play...
Baltimore Sun Jun 17, 2019

Maryland football gets first 4-star commit for 2020 in Michigan running back Peny Boone

Peny Boone, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound running back from Detroit, announced on social media Monday that he has committed to Maryland. Boone became the second running back and third commit to announce since being hosted by the Terps this past weekend. More importantly, he is the first 4-star prospect...
Baltimore Sun Jun 13, 2019

River Hill defensive back Beau Brade commits to Maryland football program

A day before he was to make his official visit to Maryland, River Hill safety Beau Brade announced Thursday on Twitter that he is “100% committed” to the Terps. Brade, a three-year starter who also played on offense and is a two-time All-Metro selection, becomes the ninth player to commit to Maryland’s...
Baltimore Sun Jun 13, 2019

A week from NBA draft, Maryland center Bruno Fernando's position is difficult to mock

Former Maryland center Bruno Fernando will almost certainly hear his name called in next Thursday’s 2019 NBA draft. By whom — and exactly when — is still difficult to determine. It will likely be called by NBA commissioner Adam Silver, who announces the first-round picks and shakes their hands...
Baltimore Sun Jun 13, 2019

Schmuck: One year after death of Jordan McNair, Maryland football program must focus on more than winning

In the year that has passed since the senseless death of Maryland football player Jordan McNair, the university and its athletic department have engaged in a long process of institutional self-examination and effected some real change. Of course, nothing is going to bring back the young man who...
Baltimore Sun Jun 12, 2019

One year after Jordan McNair's death, University of Maryland looks to remember and move forward

Nearly every time Tayon Fleet-Davis walks into the Maryland football locker room, the junior running back’s eyes wander directly across from his own dressing stall to the one enclosed in plexiglass. It belonged to Jordan McNair and now serves as a memorial to the offensive lineman from Randallstown....
Baltimore Sun Jun 9, 2019

2019 College Football Rankings: No. 77 Maryland trusts Mike Locksley to revamp program

Mike Locksley takes over a Maryland program that has suffered greatly during the last 15 months following the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair and the subsequent fallout over treatment of players within the program. The Terrapins are hoping the new coach can win while changing the culture...
Baltimore Sun Jun 9, 2019

Former Gilman QB Kai Locksley, son of Maryland football coach, arrested on drunken driving charge in Texas

Former Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley, the starting quarterback at UTEP and son of Maryland football coach Michael Locksley, was arrested in Texas on Saturday on drunken driving and other charges, according to online court records. Locksley, 22, had moved to Texas to play college football. The...
Baltimore Sun Jun 4, 2019

Locksley: Adam McLean no longer part of Maryland football program

Fifth-year defensive tackle Adam McLean, who recently put his name in the NCAA transfer portal, is no longer a part of the Maryland football team, first-year coach Michael Locksley said Tuesday. Locksley would not give any reasons for McLean’s departure. McLean could not be reached for comment....
Baltimore Sun May 29, 2019

Anthony Cowan Jr. to return to Maryland men's basketball for senior season

From the day he put his name into the 2019 NBA draft last month, Maryland guard Anthony Cowan Jr. said that his goal was to get feedback from pro scouts about his post-college career. Now it’s a matter of what Cowan does with the information and opinions he received from the two NBA teams he worked...
Baltimore Sun May 28, 2019

Anthony Cowan Jr.'s decision on returning to Maryland coming down to the wire

Ever since Melo Trimble left Maryland two years ago, Anthony Cowan Jr. has seemingly been uncomfortable with comparisons with the team’s former basketball star. Cowan now finds himself being compared with Trimble for another reason: taking his decision whether to leave College Park early to turn...

Terrapins Player News

  • Bruno Fernando

    Bruno Fernando

    Patience has paid off for former Maryland star Bruno Fernando, on and off the court, in his journey to NBA

  • Anthony Cowan Jr.

    Anthony Cowan Jr.

    Anthony Cowan Jr. to return to Maryland men's basketball for senior season

  • Matt Oliveira

    Matt Oliveira

    Gamecocks add graduate transfer long snapper, three-year starter for Big Ten program

  • Tayon Fleet-Davis

    Tayon Fleet-Davis

    One year after Jordan McNair's death, University of Maryland looks to remember and move forward

  • Adam McLean

    Adam McLean

    Locksley: Adam McLean no longer part of Maryland football program

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