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Maryland basketball commit Kevin Huerter named New York State's Mr. Basketball

It looks like Mark Turgeon and his staff landed another good one for the 2016 class. That and more in Thursday's Maryland Minute.

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Maryland basketball commit Kevin Huerter named Mr. Basketball for New York State - Baltimore Sun
Maryland commit Kevin Huerter was named Mr. Basketball for New York State on Wednesday. The 6'6" Huerter should be exciting to watch in a Maryland uniform.

Terps' Rasheed Sulaimon trying to regain chemistry with backcourt mate Melo Trimble - Baltimore Sun
If Maryland can get Rasheed Sulaimon and Melo Trimble playing like they were earlier this season, Maryland can definitely make a run in the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments.

Can The Maryland Terrapins Win The Big Ten Tournament? - BT Powerhouse
Maryland isn't viewed as one of the favorites to win this year's Big Ten Tournament but maybe not having that pressure on them will be a good thing?

The Big Ten Tournament, previewed by 14 bad Donald Trump tweets - The Crimson Quarry
This is great and hilarious. Let's not make it into a crazy political debate though, okay?

Foreign Trade: Is there a link between booking tours and landing recruits? |
This is a really interesting read about the tiny Spanish island of Gran Canaria, which is home to a tour operator that handles college basketball team's off-season trips—and to an academy that develops prospects. SI looks to see if there is a link between booking tours and landing recruits.

NCSSA - National Collegiate Student Section Association | #LoudAndProud Voting
Think Maryland's student section is the best? Go vote for them. Maryland is among the top 8 schools left.


Maryland Spring Football: Three Burning Questions -USports
Taking a look at three of the biggest questions facing DJ Durkin's team this Spring.


Terps Score 10 Against Colonials - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
Despite two home runs from junior Madison Nickens the Maryland baseball team dropped another game this week, this time falling at home, 19-10, to George Washington at Bob "Turtle" Smith Stadium Wednesday night.