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Maryland men’s basketball has expressed interest in Towson transfer Zane Martin

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Maryland men’s basketball has another new target on its radar, but this one wouldn’t be able to contribute until the 2019-20 season. Towson sophomore guard Zane Martin has received his release and will transfer, per Jeff Borzello, after recently pulling his name out of the NBA Draft.

The Terps are among several teams to express interest in Martin. With Kevin Huerter expected to leave after next season, if not now, Martin would be a plausible option to help replace some of the lost production.

In his second season at Towson, Martin vastly improved upon his first, upping his 5.5 points per game to a whopping 19.8. The 6’4, 205-pound guard has a thick frame that allows him to create his own shot. Martin is a volume shooter, taking almost 38 percent of the Tigers’ shots last season.

If the Terps are lucky, they’ll land a big, high-scoring guard capable of creating his own shot. One has to wonder, though, if his style of play will translate to the more physical Big Ten and if his one explosive season was indicative of more to come or if it will prove to be an outlier.

In other news

Maryland football’s recruiting Class of 2019 now includes a quarterback!

In case you haven’t heard, Megan Whittle is unbelievably good at lacrosse.

There were some individual bright spots, but Maryland baseball took a step back this season.

From InsideMdSports, Byron Mouton and John Gilchrist, Sean Mosley, Jeff Baxter, Travis Garrison, Dave Neal, Andre Collins and Sterling Ledbetter are expected to compete in the Legends Coalition Basketball League this summer.

Please enjoy these pictures of Lamar and me celebrating Alex Littlehales yesterday at graduation.