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Stefon Diggs talks about his brother Trevon's recruitment

Stefon Diggs talks about his brother's recruitment; an NBA executive says Diamond Stone has "a lot to prove" this year.

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Diggs remains diplomatic about 4-star brother Trevon's decision | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Stefon Diggs talks about his brother Trevon's recruitment on CSN and says he's "not pushing anything hard on him."

Returning Maryland WRs set to step up. - Carroll County Times
Maryland has lost a lot at wide receiver, but Randy Edsall feels "really good" about who is left at the position.

Camp Battles: Who Replaces Abner Logan at the 'WILL?'
Looking at who might replace Abner Logan Jr. now that he's out for the season.

Maryland Terps football coach Randy Edsall says we need more leaders -
Randy Edsall talks about leadership on the team and in society.

Big Ten football beat writers pick 2015 breakout players " Big Ten Network
The WaPo's Roman Stubbs predicts Yannick Ngakoue as Maryland's breakout player for 2015.

After five years and two schools, Jefferson Ashiru is playing for Randy Edsall at Maryland
A look at Jefferson Ashiru's journey to Maryland.

Playing for Maryland Would Be a ‘Dream Come True’ for 3-Star OL Brian Plummer
Maryland commit Brian Plummer talks about why he chose the Terps and what's in store next

Michigan State linebacker Ed Davis suffers season-ending knee injury " Big Ten Network
Michigan State has lost a preseason All-Big Ten selection for the season.

Men's basketball:

LSU Tigers freshman Ben Simmons leads Jeff Goodman's first 2016 NBA mock lottery draft
ESPN's Jeff Goodman put Diamond Stone at No. 11 in his first 2016 mock lottery. An NBA executive told Goodman that Stone "has a lot to prove this year."

The 10 best NBA prospects in high school basketball -
Terps target Josh Jackson is ranked No. 2 in this list of the top 10 NBA prospects currently in high school.


Three Terps on Big Ten Players to Watch List - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Three Maryland women's soccer players were named to the Big Ten players to watch list.