Report: Six Miami Hurricanes football players suspended for Maryland game
I'll take it.
According to NBC Miami's Adam Kuperstein, not only has OL Seantrel Henderson been suspended for the Hurricanes' 2011 season opener against Maryland, but so have five other football players.
The other five: Storm Johnson, Kelvin Cain, Keion Payne, Dyron Dye, and Devont'a Davis. I don't believe any of them are starters except for Henderson, but losing depth can never be bad. H/t to lehrdude for posting this in the FanPosts.
Justin Anderson continues Montrose-to-Maryland tradition - ESPN
Past Mr. Anderson, Vaz, and Bowie, I don't know how much of a "tradition" there is. But it'll work for me, I guess. Oh, and this sounds amazing.
The 6-foot-5 Anderson is a dynamic leaper and explosive athlete. He's made his bones being the ultimate energy giver and team player, and he feels like his game matured this year.
"The ultimate energy giver and team player"? Sounds good to me.
Recruiting Report: Terps land Montrose Christian's Justin Anderson
Some encouraging quotes from Telep.
"I think Justin Anderson’s unique intangible is that his athleticism and leaping ability are momentum changers," Telep said. "And I think he’s an exceptional teammate, a great energy guy, and a piece of the puzzle at the highest level."
New Under Armour Baltimore AAU Team Lands Aquille Carr, Daquan Cook
Carr will likely never be a Terrapin, and Cook probably won't be good enough. But that doesn't matter right now. What matters is that these are the two best that Baltimore has to offer in 2012 and 2013 (at least at the moment), and that means that they're well-known in Charm City. This will pay dividends down the road, for sure.
With Anderson expected to be in, Adala Moto likely is out for Terps
Well, guess we can rule out Arnaud Adala Moto.
Good Counsel OT Michael Madaras talks about committing to Maryland
Yeah yeah yeah, Justin Anderson is awesome, blah blah blah. There was another pretty big commitment a few days ago from Mike Madaras. He talked to Josh Barr about his commitment.
But yet, as he toured college campuses, everything seemed alike: the gleaming stadiums, the weight rooms, the training areas. Madaras said he always wanted to play for Maryland, but that first-year coach Randy Edsall stuck out for genuine nature and how he stressed the importance of going to class and doing your schoolwork.
Recruiting Report: Weekly recruiting roundup
You know what to do.