The Maryland men's basketball program has expanded its list of 2014 targets with two new offers.
CSNBaltimore.com provided an update on Uhl's recruitment.
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Uhl holds close to two dozen mid-to-low major offers and has begun to draw interest from high-major schools. In addition to Maryland, Iowa, Boston College, and Temple have offered him.
“A lot of people ask why I’m playing AAU even though I’m committed,” said Trimble. “But I don’t have that kind of mindset. I like to go after people who are ahead of me, or think they’re ahead of me, and shut people up. My teammates feel the same way so we’re on the same page, they’ll keep getting better too.”
** NBE Basketball Report provided an update on 2014 forward Obi Enechionyia.
Obi Enechionyia, a class of 2014 combo forward, said he has offers from Maryland, Miami, Temple, Indiana, Notre Dame, Seton Hall, Xavier, Illinois, and West Virginia. The rising senior mentioned Georgia Tech, Loyola Marymount and Texas as three other programs showing interest. Enechionyia, who stands 6-foot-9, said he has no favorites, but did say that Temple, Miami, West Virginia, and Maryland are coming at him the hardest. He has visited Maryland and Temple unofficially and has no other trips planned.
** Maryland didn't make the 10-school list of 2014 forward Abdul-Malik Abu. According to HoopDreamsMag.com, the four-star prospect is down to Connecticut, Florida, Iowa State, Kansas State, Kentucky, Miami, North Carolina State, Providence, St. John's and UCLA.