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4-star Maryland football WR commit Tino Ellis: 'I'm staying no matter what'

One of Maryland's highest rated 2016 recruits reaffirmed his commitment to Maryland on Monday.

Maryland Football Recruiting

Ellis, who is one of Maryland's top rated recruits in the 2016 class, said he was staying at Maryland "no matter what", which could be in reference to Mike Locksley's future with Maryland, which is still up in the air. The local DeMatha Catholic product was recruited to Maryland by Locksley.

Top DE says Larry Johnson as good as it gets, plans to visit OSU
While Ohio State leads the chase, Johnson has said he is impressed with Maryland's D.J. Durkin.

Terps No Longer in Consideration for Four-Star Linebacker
The decision might have had to do with Toledo hiring one of his childhood mentors in Cory Robinson.

Maryland Football

Walt Bell is Maryland's offensive coordinator, and this is going to be fun - Testudo Times
What should you expect from the Terps' new offensive coordinator? Let's go to the tape.

B1G East Division offenses get more intriguing in a hurry
Penn State, Maryland and Rutgers have signaled new offensive identities that share common traits: lots of tempo and creativity, very little huddling.

Maryland Men's Basketball and the 2016 NBA Draft

Maryland now a 2-seed in Joe Lunardi's latest bracket rankings
Lunardi tweeted out updated seedings and Maryland came in as a 2-seed, No. 5 overall. It's still December, but Maryland being a 2-seed wouldn't be the end of the world. But there is still a lot of basketball left.

2016 NBA Draft Prospect Rankings - Basketball's NBA columnists and bloggers break down the best prospects. Maryland has two of the best in Diamond Stone and Melo Trimble.

DraftExpress: Mock Draft
Both Diamond Stone and Melo Trimble are projected to go in the first round.

Chad Ford's Top 100 - ESPN
Chad Ford's Top 20 2016 NBA Draft Prospects doesn't include Stone or Trimble.

Men's Basketball Returns to Top-Five

Maryland returns to top 5 in latest AP & Coaches polls " Big Ten Network
Big Ten preseason favorite Maryland is back in the top 5 of the latest AP and Coaches polls, released Monday. The Terrapins come in at No. 4 in both polls, this after being No. 6 (AP) and No. 7 (Coaches) last week.

Maryland Basketball: Terps Rise to No. 4 in New AP Top 25
Maryland basketball moved up to No. 4 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll.

Men's Basketball

Terps Offense Becoming More Efficient
The Terps are averaging 118.9 points per 100 possessions, which makes them the 14th most efficient offense in college basketball.

Glenn Younes Talks Melo Trimble, Jake Layman And The Terps
Glenn Younes says Melo Trimble will go down as one of the best Maryland players ever, but point guard depth could be a challenge for the Terps in Big Ten play.

Power Rankings: Ohio State ascends four spots after UK win " Big Ten Network
It's the final week of non-conference play and the Terps are back to No. 2 in Jon Crispin's power rankings.

Maryland Women's Basketball Records Historic Win

Maryland women's basketball vs. UMES final score, with 3 things to know from the Terps' 106-30 win - Testudo Times
It was a school-record win for the Terps against University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES).

Maryland Athletics

Maryland is making less money than most of its peers in the Big Ten - Testudo Times
The Big Ten's biggest cash cow is football, and Maryland lags behind in that sport.