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First Under Armour All-America Basketball Camp includes Maryland commit Anthony Cowan

Six potential Terrapins will make appearances in the first ever event.

(Photo: Kelly Kline / Under Armour)
(Photo: Kelly Kline / Under Armour)
(Photo: Kelly Kline / Under Armour)

The Under Armour All-America Basketball Camp makes its debut Tuesday with the combine.

Participants include some of the top names from the 2016, 2017 and 2018 recruiting classes including Terps point guard commit Anthony Cowan, who's ranked no. 58 in the class of 2016 by Rivals.

Maryland has also offered the combine's headliner, the no. 1 recruit, shooting guard Josh Jackson, who also just won a gold medal with the U19 FIBA World Championship team. The starter averaged 12.1 points on 55.3% true shooting, 7 rebounds and 2 assists in seven games with the team. Jackson has offers from most of the top schools in the nation including Arizona, Kansas, Louisville, Florida State, Michigan State, Memphis, N.C. State, Ohio State, Oregon, Texas A&M, UNLV, Duke, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina and UCLA.

Others playing with offers from Maryland include class of 2016's no. 23 Markelle Fultz of DeMatha, class of 2017's no. 5 and 46 Trevon Duval and Quade Green, and class of 2018's Nazreon Reid.