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A top 2018 corner is maybe considering Maryland, unless he isn’t

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

Four-star 2018 corner Kent Montgomery released his top 13 on Wednesday, and Maryland’s on it.

Montgomery is the No. 46 player in Florida and the No. 34 corner in the class of 2018, per the 247Sports Composite.

What’s this mean? Who knows!

This isn’t to make fun of Montgomery, who’s letting people know where he’s considering lending his considerable football talents. That’s cool, and he has every reason to do so.

But we really won’t know Maryland’s place Montgomery’s mind for a while. If you or your son or daughter attended college, you know how tough it is to narrow things down. In my junior year of high school I was considering around 13 colleges before Maryland ultimately emerged as my clear-cut favorite. The same could be true for Montgomery, but we don’t have any information yet that suggests it will be.

For now, he’s simply a fun prospect to keep an eye on.

In other news

Diamond Stone is headed back to the Clippers after a brief stay in the D-League.

Maryland women’s basketball plays Louisville today in a marquee matchup. This game won’t be on TV, but the Baltimore Sun says it’s must-stream TV.

Here’s a couple ways Maryland football can move on after losing top recruit Joshua Kaindoh.

Michael Dunn joins Maryland linebackers Jermaine Carter Jr. and Shane Cockerille as All-Big Ten honorable mentions.

Maryland volleyball showed some encouraging signs this season, and there’s hope for the future.

Maryland men’s basketball couldn’t handle Michael Young or Jamel Artis in Tuesday’s loss to Pitt, by The Diamondback’s Kyle Melnick.

Here’s SB Nation’s Bill Connelly on how Penn State went from a team that was a 2-point home underdog against Maryland to a College Football Playoff contender.