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Tracking the Terps

Tracking the Terps News and notes on Maryland football, basketball and other sports
Maryland's 2016 football recruiting class by the numbers

Maryland inked its first recruiting class under coach DJ Durkin on Wednesday, which marked the end of a hectic two-month process since Durkin had been hired. Much of the attention during the day was on numbers: how many stars, the number of local recruits, the national ranking of the class.

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A long trip through a snowstorm to see Maryland-Nebraska game

Maryland fans drive from Denver through snowstorm to see the Terps play in Nebraska on Wednesday night.

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Diamond Stone's eight-block effort in Maryland win the latest sign of defensive development

The evolution of Maryland freshman center Diamond Stone continued in Wednesday night's 70-65 victory over Nebraska at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

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Alabama commit Terrell Hall says ex-Terps coaches 'didn't sell the program the correct way'

Among a group of four finalists that included the defending national champion (Alabama), the 2014 national champion (Florida State) and a school that recruits as well as either (Mississippi), the Maryland football team came in second for St. John's College (D.C.) star Terrell Hall's letter of intent Wednesday.

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Blue-chip defensive end Terrell Hall commits to Alabama over Maryland

Defensive end prospect Terrell Hall committed to Alabama over Maryland, Florida State and Mississippi on Wednesday afternoon, leaving Terps coach DJ Durkin without a pledge from one of his highest-rated targets on National Signing Day.

The 6-foot-5, 250-pound St. John's College (D.C.) prospect is rated the No. 23 overall player in the nation and No.

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Florida three-star Tyrek Tisdale picks Maryland

Maryland picked up the commitment of another versatile player Wednesday when Tyrek Tisdale of Oak Ridge High School in Orlando, Fla., pledged to the Terps.

Tisdale announced the decision late Wednesday morning.

Tisdale is a consensus three-star athlete and all-purpose back who picked the Terps over Massachusetts. 247sports.com ranks his as the No.

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