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MM 7.15: Bino Ranson named a top men’s basketball assistant coach in the Big Ten

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

Bino Ranson Sarah Sopher / Testudo Times

Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Bino Ranson was named a top-five assistant in the Big Ten by Stadium’s Jeff Goodman Tuesday.

Ranson helped lead Maryland to a share of its first Big Ten regular season championship in 2019-20, his 10th season with the team. He’s been in College Park longer than any other coach on the team’s staff; he spent one season with head coach Gary Williams and the last nine under Mark Turgeon.

Known as a top-recruiter, Ranson played a significant role in landing the Terps top-25 signing classes in five out of seven seasons from 2012-18.

Throughout his time in College Park, the program has produced seven NBA Draft selections in Alex Len, Jordan Williams, Jake Layman, Diamond Stone, Kevin Huerter, Justin Jackson and Bruno Fernando.

In other news

Incoming Maryland men’s basketball freshman Aquan Smart revealed his number Tuesday.

DJ Moore was repping the Terps in a workout Tuesday.

Maryland football alum Domonique Foxworth spoke on the significance of Maryland football.

Maryland women’s basketball continued to introduce its newest players.

Maryland women’s lacrosse has dominated the Tewaaraton Award.

Maryland women’s soccer appears to be back on campus.