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Terps host another Texas big man

Turgeon hosted 6-11 center Prince Ibeh from Texas yesterday. This is really big news, as this is the guy Turgeon himself covets over just about everyone. He's been all over Ibeh since early on and had offered him a scholarship at A&M. Part of the reason this is such big news is that he seemed to be a kid that wasn't really interested in leaving home but Turgeon clearly convinced him to come up for a visit. He killed it at the Amar'e Skills Academy and his measurables are just silly. This is definitely going to be one to keep an eye on. A lot of folks think he's the best defensive big man in the class. And if you didn't know, Turgeon is ALL about defense. 


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