DeMatha center BeeJay Anya has offers from Clemson, Florida State, Georgetown, Maryland, North Carolina State, Pittsburgh, St. John's, Virginia and Virginia Tech, among others.
Over the weekend at the National High School Hoops Festival in Hyattsville, the four-star junior told MaxPreps.com that he has no favorites in his recruitment. But the Terps seem to be in much better shape for Anya's services now than they were last season.
"As a program it's going to be a lot better since (former Maryland coach) Gary Williams left," Anya said. "No disrespect to Gary Williams, but I think (Turgeon) is starting to turn the program around a little."
Check out TerpsInsider.com's interview with Anya here.
Seth Allen posted 12 points, five rebounds and four assists in the win.
The versatile 6-8 senior forward is determined to lead the Warriors deep into the Division 2 tournament before heading off to the University of Maryland.
* The Harrison twins led Travis (Texas) to a 54-45 win over Bush in the championship game of the Outback Tournament.
Andrew Harrison scored 19 points for Travis and was named MVP of the tournament. Aaron Harrison scored 15 points for Travis.
Sycamore senior guard Chloe Pavlech dished out a game-high six assists to go along with eight points to help Sycamore - No. 3 in the Enquirer Division I coaches' poll - improve to 4-1 (2-1 GMC) this season.
This fall, Goins had 15 sacks and 61 tackles. He finished his career with 41 sacks, five forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.
Had 16 sacks, 83 tackles, an interception returned for a touchdown, a fumble recovery returned for a touchdown.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun