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Maryland basketball makes top 4 for Chaundee Brown

Welcome to the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

If Maryland basketball wants to contend for championships regularly, the Terps are going to have to beat some national powers when it comes to recruiting.

On Saturday, Maryland made four-star Orlando shooting guard Chaundee Brown’s top four, joining Kansas, Florida and Wake Forest.

Brown is the No. 3 player in Florida and the No. 8 shooting guard in the class of 2017, according to the 247Sports Composite.

Maryland offered him in May, and while he’s a Florida native, Brown isn’t opposed to going up north.

“It was nice. The school is nice, it’s different from Florida because it’s cold (up) there,” he told InsideMdSports. “Everything is nice. I went when they played Ohio State and they spanked them by 30.”

Still, Maryland seems to be behind Kansas and Florida in Brown’s recruitment.

Check out his highlights here:

In other news

Here are five storylines and five players to watch Maryland football starts training camp, by Daniel Gallen.

Here are 20 former Terps in NFL training camps, by Josh Stirn.

Check out SB Nation’s Olympics coverage It was a long summer, but the games should provide all the entertainment you need until football season starts.

After suffering a traumatic knee injury, Maryland tight end Andrew Isaacs is ready to return to the field, and is interning at a local radio station this summer.

I’ll leave you with this: