Walk under a ladder today, or something. Here's what was up on Thursday in the Wide World of Maryland Sports.
The Terps offered five-star center Ikechukwu Obiagu, a 7-footer and the top-rated center in the 2017 class.
Ikechukwu Obiagu, a '17 Center playing for the Georgia Stars, visited Georgetown & Maryland today for unofficials. Maryland offered.— Pat Lawless (@PatLawless_) May 12, 2016
Obiagu, needless to say, would be quite a score. Here's video:
NBA Draft Combine 2016 testing: Maryland basketball's Melo Trimble, Jake Layman, Diamond Stone, Robert Carter Jr. measure in - Testudo Times
Here's the data from Maryland players' tests at the scouting combine.
Other combine-related things:
Robert Carter JR. showing he can knock down jumpers in pick and pop offense here at NBA Draft combine— Chris Miller (@cmillscsn) May 12, 2016
Robert Carter is going HAM in this 5-on-5 game.— Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) May 12, 2016
Mark Turgeon and Maryland basketball, 5 years later: Are the Terps better? - Testudo Times
I'll be doing a series on Turgeon's five years at Maryland over the next few weeks. Here's the opening salvo.
The Diamondback did a few really good things:
Matt Dunn prepares for final postseason with Maryland men’s lacrosse - The Diamondback
Callie Caplan on a wily veteran.
How and why the Australian pipeline to American football works - SBNation.com
Molly Podlesny and I worked for a while on this. There are Maryland cameos.
It's a big weekend, full of college lacrosse. Enjoy it.