Here are a few notes on another slow week in Terps recruiting:
** ESPN HoopGurlz this week conducted a Q&A with Maryland women's point guard signee Lexie Brown.
If you had to compare your game to a current college or pro player’s, whose would it be? Kristi Toliver of the Los Angeles Sparks. Kristi is a point guard that sometimes has a scorer’s mentality. Her 3-ball is deadly. I think I shoot well, but my reputation is not even close to hers … yet. She also attended the University of Maryland, where she won a national championship, and I hope to follow her footsteps when I get on Maryland’s campus.
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Anya said the Pack’s improvement under [Mark] Gottfried, a the Sweet 16 appearance last season after a five-year absence from the NCAA tournament and a No. 6 ranking in the country to start this season, was one of the biggest reasons he chose N.C. State.Football recruiting
McGill, 6-3 and 295 pounds, chose the Terrapins over Old Dominion, Cincinnati and East Carolina.
The Virginian-Pilot rated McGill the No. 3 prospect in South Hampton Roads because of his athleticism and explosiveness off the ball. He had offers from more than 12 schools.
He finished his Gilman career with perhaps his best performance, rushing for 234 yards on 26 carries in the game.