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The last player signed by Gary Williams at Maryland has finalized his college plans.

Martin Breunig, who committed to the Terps in February but asked out of his letter of intent shortly after Mark Turgeon was named Williams' replacement, committed this weekend to Washington.

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"He wants to be part of a winning program and sees a lot of potential at Washington to win championships and develop as a player," Martin Esters, Breunig's mentor, told CBSSports.com. "Paul Fortier was also key in his recruitment."• UM center target Mitch McGary, a class of 2012 center from Brewster (N.H.) Academy, was compared to a current NBA star at the Under Armour Best of the Best camp in Atlanta.

Somebody in the crowd mentioned that McGary's game resembles that of former UCLA star and current Minnesota Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love and that seems like a pretty accurate comparison. On Saturday afternoon, he showed off the ability to make beautiful no-look passes, knock down shots, operate on the low post, and rebound at a high level.

• Pearl (Miss.) wing and Terps target Twymond Howard caught the eye of Rivals.com's Jerry Meyer at the Pangos All-American Camp in Carson, Calif.

Playing with great energy, Howard was effective handling the ball and scoring in the midrange.

• Maryland target Jake Layman, a 6-foot-8 power forward from Wrentham, Mass., helped BABC -- his Boston-based AAU team -- win the Boston Shootout.

But [Nerlens] Noel's put-back dunk off a missed 3-pointer by Jake Layman (17 points), and another slam helped BABC go on a 7-3 run for a 40-31 lead at intermission.

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