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MM 4.6: Maryland women’s basketball picks up 2021 commitment from Shyanne Sellers

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

Maryland women’s basketball picked up the first commitment in its 2021 class as guard Shyanne Sellers announced her pledge to the Terps.

“First of all, I would like to think my parents, Coach Carlos, Smac family, and all the coaches that have recruited me throughout the years, without them I would not be in the position I am in today,” Sellers posted on Twitter. “Lastly, I would like to thank Coach Frese and the whole Maryland staff for giving me this amazing opportunity to continue playing the game that I love. I am excited to announce that I have decided to further my academic and athletic career to The University of Maryland. Go Terps!”

The Aurora, Ohio, native is ranked by ESPN as the No. 34 player in the class of 2021 and is the seventh-highest ranked commit to announce her pledge.

As a junior, Sellers was named to the Division I OPSWA All-Ohio First-Team after averaging 21 points per game. She stands at 6’2, according to MaxPreps.

Head coach Brenda Frese managed to sign Angel Reese, the No. 2 prospect in the 2020 class, but 2021 is just as pivotal of a class with St. John’s College High School guard Azzi Fudd ranked as the No. 1 prospect in the country.

In other news

Brandon shared 12 thoughts on the current 12 players on scholarship for Maryland men’s basketball.

Joe took a look back at the shortened 2020 Maryland women’s lacrosse season.

Look back on some highlights from Jalen Smith this past season.

If you need something to give you a boost on this Monday, check out Brenda Frese’s pregame speech ahead of the 2020 Big Ten Tournament title game.

Maryland defensive coordinator Jon Hoke described the play of Antoine Brooks Jr ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft and spoke about why he’s special

Maryland football also made a few top lists for local class of 2021 recruits:

Maryland women’s lacrosse gave its thanks to Meghan Doherty after she announced she was ending her Terrapin career.