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Class of 2013 Elite 50 (Update)

May 13, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
The class of 2013 should go down as one that hoops fans will remember for years to come. With so much top end talent, and Andrew Wiggins stranglehold on the #1 spot. Somebody locked down the #2 spot, where'd everyone else land and who is #2? More

Sports Xpress Class of 2013 Top 50

Dec 10, 2012 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
The class of 2013 should go down as one that hoops fans will remember for years to come. With so much top end talent, it was hard to determine #2-12. But #1 is a certainty as Huntington Prep SF Andrew Wiggins name is etched in stone. More

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Jul 9, 2014 •
His arrival and booming celebrity drove district administrators to move home games to local colleges -- Morgan State, Bowie State and Coppin State -- just to accommodate fans. Those gyms sold out, too. Now, some of Baltimore's top city talent was ... More

Coachspeak with St. Frances boys basketball's Nick Myles

Dec 13, 2012 • Baltimore Sun
On Monday, the Panthers outdid Aquille Carr-led Princeton Day Academy, 72-66, and then came back on Wednesday to beat rival John Carroll, 40-39. ... Myles, who played basketball at Dunbar and Bowie State, has been at St. Frances for eight years. More

Isaiah Armwood talks George Washington pledge

Aug 25, 2011 • Baltimore Sun (blog)
Armwood, a 6-foot-9, 210-pound forward, also visited Maryland and was interested in Iowa, Texas Tech and Virginia. But GW presented Armwood with an opportunity to be part of a new era under former Vermont coach and Maryland assistant Mike Lonergan. More

North County's Cliff Cornish to High Point

Nov 3, 2011 • Baltimore Sun (blog)
Dorsett isn't the only High Point member with Maryland ties. Former Dunbar star and Baltimore Sun first-team All-Metro guard Devante Wallace is a freshman there, as is guard Tre Duncan, a Severn grad who spent last year at Princeton Day Academy. More

Terps CB pledge Alvin Hill a 'big-play guy'

Jun 24, 2011 • Baltimore Sun (blog)
Maryland was one of the first BCS-conference programs to take an interest in Hill. Terps offensive line coach Tom Brattan had recruited Hill's older brother – former Luella defensive back Detrick Bonner. Bonner picked Virginia Tech, but Brattan's ... More

Sweet 16: Devin Brown, Holy Cross

Sep 20, 2011 • Baltimore Sun (blog)
devin-brown-holy-cross.jpg After final exams in May, the Holy Cross campus in Worcester, Mass., becomes somewhat of a ghost town. Living in a nearly vacant college town might be lonely for some. But Crusaders guard Devin Brown, a second-team ... More

Landis promoted to Triple A, reunited with Canzler

Apr 24, 2012 • Standard Speaker
... Friday outing outside the visitors' clubhouse on Sunday after the afternoon game had been postponed. Landis spoke about the prospect of being called up to Triple-A, not knowing it would happen a few hours after he left Reading and arrived in Bowie, Md. More

Terps pledge Nigel King could've been a Tiger

Apr 27, 2010 • Baltimore Sun (blog)
“I mean it's Maryland. I like where it is,” King said. “The coaching staff is amazing. They stayed with me through the whole recruiting process. When I was getting ready to commit to another school, they stayed with me. I think I have a good chance to ... More

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