The camp isn't over yet, or even really close, but quite a few roundups and other assorted journalistic goodies have already come out. This is a pretty specialized topic, so it's best separated from the rest of the Maryland Minute.
First up is the Rivals day one roundup, which focuses on Maryland target Justin Coleman. Coleman has just recently popped up on the high-major scene, but he's made the most of his time. At the camp he's been completely dominant, at least offensively, putting up 17.5 a game. He seems to have a complete offensive game - he can drive the lane and dunk or finish a tough layup, or hit shots from outside. If we miss on CJ Leslie, Roscoe Smith, and Terrence Jones, I'd be ecstatic landing Coleman as a second wing. Here's what Jerry Meyer has to say about him:
Whether he was dunking, finishing difficult layups or nailing jumpers from well behind the arc, Coleman was constantly on the attack offensively. He is a high-level athlete with a impressive motor who has a skill game that will continue to develop. Mark him down as a four-star when the rankings are reshuffled before the July evaluation period.
Speaking of Coleman, the Richmond Times-Dispatch has a half-article on Coleman. He currently has no offers, which makes sense with the academic issues he allegedly has. It's currently unknown if he'll even be a 2010 recruit at this point - he might have to reclassify as 2011. He also doesn't know where he'll go to HS next year, though that's fairly standard for top recruits.
That same Rivals article also has a report on Terrence Jones, good friend of TRoss.
This big-bodied four man continues to develop has a player. The lefty had an impressive post move to his off side, changed directions on the dribble, passed at his usual high level and had a controlling presence over the game.
I love me some Jones, but his tweener-ness has me scared. A lot of people, me included (and apparently Jerry Meyer), thought he was a power forward. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case. He may have a power forward's body, but his mentality is that of a wing, which is where he wants to play and where he'd be most effective. If we continue playing small-ball (which I want to do anyway), then he'd be fine. If we go back to a traditional set, it may be tough finding room for all the wings on the team. Regardless, I'd wouldn't have to think about it for one second if he wanted to come.
The day two roundup from Rivals proved less interesting for Terp fans, with 2011 target Michael Gbinije the only Maryland target on the list.
A great-looking wing prospect, Gbinije contributes in numerous ways with his skilled and heady play. He also has shot the ball well from the outside which has put him at No. 10 on the camp's scoring leaders.
Gbinije is a great scoring wing. Throw him, Quinn Cook, and a solid big (T. Jordan Omogbehin, the 7 footer from Montrose possibly?) together for 2011 and I'll be a happy man.
The Fayetteville Observer has a lot of updates on the camp for whatever reason, though the only one I found useful was the ACC target roundup. In it, we learn that CJ Leslie is averaging 7 points a game, Gbinije is putting up 14.5, and Justin Coleman is averaging 17.5 a game (I know I already mentioned that).
ESPN has a roundup on the first day of action, though no Terp targets are mentioned.
High School Hoop has a game-by-game recap of the Day 1 first session, but it's mostly stats. FWIW, Jones had 16 in his first game.