Hardwood Notes: Running Down The Terps' Board

With Aaron Wiggins (Wesleyan Christian/High Point, N.C.) starting the ball rolling in Maryland’s 2018 recruiting class, let’s take a look at how the Terps’ board looks now and where head coach Mark Turgeon and Co. stand with their top remaining targets.
June 7, 2017

Hardwood Notes: Looking At Maryland's Board

With two local DMV talents off the board this May in Prentiss Hubb (Gonzaga/Washington, D.C.) and Brandon Slater (Paul VI/Fairfax, Va.), here’s where head coach Mark Turgeon and his staff stand before the July live periods this summer:
May 25, 2017

Hoard Taking Flight

The international hoops star, and N.C. high school student, is now thriving on the EYBL circuit.
May 14, 2017

Hardwood Notes: Second Live Eval Period

Here are the recruiting notes and recent changes we’ve made to the hot board heading into the summer months.
May 1, 2017

EYBL: Jaylen Hoard adjusts to ball in the US

HAMPTON, Va. -- Five-star forward Jaylen Hoard talked to Scout about the adjustments of playing ball in the U.S. compared to France, plus he discussed some of the schools in the mix of his recruitment.
April 21, 2017

ScoutCast: Obi;Transfers;AAU Ball;'18 Updates

TT hoops analyst Dan Painter talks with TT's Dave Lomonico about Terps transfer candidates; Duke transfer Sean Obi, who is currently in College Park; the upcoming live AAU evaluation sessions; and where Maryland stands with its foremost 2018 targets.
April 18, 2017

Wiggins, Hoard Warming Up To UMD

The Terps hosted two of their primary 2018 wing targets for the second time March 4, right before the Big Ten tournament began. Aaron Wiggins (6-6, 180 pounds) and Jaylen Hoard (6-8, 195 pounds), both of Wesleyan Christian Academy (High Point, N.C.), saw Maryland beat Michigan State, 63-60, and then interacted with head coach Mark Turgeon and his assistants afterwards.
March 14, 2017

N.C. Stars Hoard, Wiggins Take In Terps

Maryland hosted rising star 2018 forwards Jaylen Hoard and Aaron Wiggins of Wesleyan Christian (High Point, N.C.) Oct. 22.
October 25, 2016