Jahmir Young: ‘Definitely Exciting’ To Break DeMatha Drought With Maryland Men’s Hoops

Point guard Jahmir Young, who will play the 2022-23 season at Maryland after removing his name from the NBA Draft process, says it’s “definitely exciting” to be the first DeMatha Catholic High School alum to play for the Terps in nearly two decades.

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Terps Legend Greivis Vasquez Wants To Be More Involved With Maryland Men’s Basketball

Former Maryland basketball great Greivis Vasquez believes the program needs to do more to involve former players. “We have to come back together. We have to bring everyone together again — former players, everyone,” Vasquez said. “They’ve got to get us more involved.”

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Glenn Clark: Why I Have An Even Greater Appreciation For Maryland’s National Title 20 Years Later

When the Maryland men’s basketball team won the national championship in 2002, Glenn Clark assumed there’d be more to come. That it hasn’t turned out that way makes him more appreciative of what the 2002 team did.

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Fatts Russell: Maryland’s Difficult 2021-22 Season Was Still Good Experience

Despite the challenges of the Terps’ 2021-22 season, Fatts Russell says he enjoyed his time at Maryland. “It was definitely a ride full of ups and downs,” Russell said. “… but all in all, I’m happy I made the decision to come to this amazing university.”

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Twenty Years After Winning Title With Terps, Andre Collins Giving Back To Eastern Shore Hoopsters

Andre Collins was a reserve guard for the 2001-02 Maryland men’s basketball national title team and holds a special place in Terps lore. Now, Collins is focused on giving back to players who hold dreams similar to the ones he had growing up on the Eastern Shore.

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Two Decades Removed From Terps’ Title, Ryan Randle A Proud Special Education Teacher

A reserve big man for Maryland’s 2001-02 national championship team and now a special education teacher in Texas, Ryan Randle hadn’t been back to College Park in nearly 20 years until the recent reunion, which brought back a flood of memories.

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Derrick Gordon Says He ‘Felt Right At Home’ At Seton Hall With Coach Kevin Willard

Derrick Gordon, who came out as the first openly gay Division I men’s basketball player a year before he transferred to Seton Hall, has positive memories of his time with new Maryland hoops coach Kevin Willard. “He just made it comfortable for me,” Gordon said.

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