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Maryland basketball makes top 7 for local 4-star C Nate Watson

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Good morning. It’s Wednesday’s Maryland Minute, a short story and roundup of Terps-related news.

Maryland basketball made four-star Bishop O’Connell center Nate Watson’s top seven Tuesday, along with Kansas and North Carolina.

Watson is the No. 4 player in Maryland and the No. 11 center in the country, per the 247Sports Composite. He comes from the same high school and town (Upper Marlboro, Md.), as Melo Trimble.

The Terps do not yet have anyone signed in the class of 2017, which is fine, but Watson seems like he would make a fine addition to the program. With Damonte Dodd graduating after this season the team needs to restock its frontcourt, and Watson would help out in doing just that.

In other news

Maryland football is in three-star corner Tariq Castro-Fields' top six, which is good.

The Diamondback and InsideMDSports both looked at how Maryland players fared in Summer League play.

Incoming Maryland freshman Kevin Huerter made his debut for USA’s u-18 team against Puerto Rico. He finished with four points in 16 minutes.

Minnesota is Maryland football’s Week 7 foe, and this game appears to be a total toss-up.

Keiron Howard should see some time on Maryland’s defensive line this season.

Enjoy your Wednesday, everyone.