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Tuesday Links: Vasquez, Reynolds, More

News has been slow to come by lately, especially because it's been a "quiet" period in basketball recruiting and football recruiting is...well, it's moving slowly. So to pass the time, we have a small collection of links for your perusal.

Vetter on Vasquez: 'Absolutely Nothing Has Changed'

Greivis Vasquez's old HS coach says that the SI mention that he's gone is incorrect. It just confirms our suspicions, but it's good to hear nonetheless.

"Absolutely nothing has changed," Vetter said. "He's still visiting teams and collecting information and all that. He hasn't made a decision yet."
Reynolds will return to 'Nova for senior season

And the BB&T matchup against Villanova just got that much harder.

Villanova junior guard Scottie Reynolds is returning to school. "The best decision for me is to return to Villanova for my senior year," Reynolds said in a statement released by the school on Tuesday morning. "I'd like to thank everyone who put their time into helping me get better during these NBA workouts." 2009 CFN Maryland Preview

CollegeFootballNews previews Maryland's chances in 2009. It sounds about right - expect inconsistency, all that - and they push Torrey Smith, aka my mancrush.

Da’Rel Scott is an All-ACC back. Alex Wujciak is on his way to becoming one of the nation’s top inside linebackers. And go mention the name Torrey Smith to your friends before the opener. You’ll look like a genius by November.

Funk Qualifies For US Open

Maryland grad Fred Funk qualified for the US Open at Woodmont Country Club yesterday. Gotta rep for the Terps, Fred.

Fred Funk was one of seven golfers to successfully navigate the 36-hole U.S. Open sectional qualifier at Woodmont CC in Rockville, Maryland.
Scouting Local Quarterbacks - Josh Barr's Recruiting Insider

The WaPo's Josh Barr looks at three local QBs - Ricardo Young, Bo Revell, and Billy Cosh, son of some guy who used to coach at Maryland.