Maryland basketball head coach Mark Turgeon continues to try to add to his pool of 2021 recruits, offering three-star forward Eric van der Heijden on Thursday.
The Terps are the fifteenth school to offer the 6’9 junior, with Texas, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Georgia are each vying for his signature as well. At Millbrook High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, van der Heijden averaged 12.2 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 4.0 assists while shooting above 45 percent both from the field and beyond the arc in 2019-20.
He’s ranked as the No. 31 small forward and 141st best player in the 2021 class, as well as the fourth-best player in North Carolina, per the 24/7Sports Composite. Without factoring in other sites, 24/7 lists him as the No. 78 player and the No. 16 small forward in his class.
Having just signed foru-star 2021 forward Julian Reese on Sunday, Turgeon has been aggressive in his efforts to begin building the 2021 class. Adding Alabama grad transfer Galin Smith this week as well, it’s clear the front court is a priority for the Terps.
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Maryland football brought us back to Torrey Smith’s prolific performance against NC State in 2010.
2⃣2⃣4⃣ yards— Maryland Football (@TerpsFootball) May 14, 2020
4⃣ TDs (school record)@TorreySmithWR's performance against NC State was epic.#TBT pic.twitter.com/2djwANVFm1
Maryland basketball shared some of freshman forward Donta Scott’s best plays this from this pat season.
Year 1⃣ was big time.— Maryland Basketball (@TerrapinHoops) May 14, 2020
Can't wait to see what's next from the Philly kid.
The Donta Scott reel pic.twitter.com/ohlYj9kWG5
On this day 15 years ago, Maryland lacrosse defeated Penn State 14-10 in the First Round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament.
#OTD - May 14, 2005— Maryland Lacrosse (@TerpsMLax) May 14, 2020
Maryland took down Penn State 14-10 in College Park in the First Round of the NCAA Tourney. #Terps win in May
Maryland women’s lacrosse posted a throwback to its 2017 National Championship.
No better feeling! #TBT to the magical day that capped off our perfect 2017 season, a 16-13 win over Boston College in the national championship— Maryland Women's Lacrosse (@MarylandWLax) May 14, 2020
Vote for this moment here ---> https://t.co/sUzqAEh061 pic.twitter.com/n7BuftG0wC