Tracking the Terps

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Connecticut quarterback recruit David Summers commits to Maryland

Connecticut quarterback prospect David Summers committed to Maryland on Monday night, giving offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Canada his first recruit at the position since he joined the Terps staff.

Maryland offered the junior over two weeks ago, and Summers picked the Terps over Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Rutgers and several Football Championship Subdivision schools.

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As Terps' Huerter and Fernando weigh NBA draft decisions, here are some pros and cons to consider

Maryland sophomore guard Kevin Huerter and freshman center Bruno Fernando have until May 30 to decide whether to keep their names in the NBA draft or return to College Park.

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Maryland's Huerter sits out Friday scrimmage at NBA combine after aggravating hand injury

Maryland sophomore guard Kevin Huerter sat out Friday’s scrimmage at the NBA draft combine in Chicago when an old injury — a torn ligament in the right pinkie of his shooting hand — flared up.

The injury, which Huerter suffered during a win at Northwestern in late February, had been disclosed to NBA scouts and executives before the combine, his father, Tom, said Friday afternoon.

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Maryland players Huerter, Fernando test well at NBA scouting combine

Maryland players Kevin Huerter and Bruno Fernando have done well in the measurable tests at the NBA scouting combine in Chicago.

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Maryland men's basketball will open 2018-19 season against Delaware at home

The Maryland men's basketball team will open the 2018-19 season with a home game against Delaware on Nov.

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Maryland football adds home game vs. Buffalo to 2022 schedule

The Terps previously had agreed to a Sept.

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