Two Maryland commitments and several other Terps targets are down in Charlottesville, Va., this week for the annual NBPA Top 100 Camp.

After the first day of competition Thursday, info on Potomac shooting guard Dion Wiley was scarce, while reviews of Bishop O'Connell point guard Melo Trimble seemed to be unanimously positive.


One of the Terps' most under-the-radar targets, meanwhile, fared well on Day 1. InsideMDSports analyst Josh Stirn tweeted that Riverdale Baptist's Chinanu Onuaku "has been strong on the boards and talking on defense. Looks like one of the most polished centers defensively."

Another Maryland center target, Trayvon Reed, also received some positive mentions from scouts.

For a list of every camp participant, click here.

** The Sporting News this week wrote about Maryland's success under Mark Turgeon in landing D.C.-area players.

Perhaps this was to be expected once Turgeon, after becoming head coach in 2011, made Dalonte Hill one of his primary staff hires. Hill played for DC Assault before moving onto college basketball at Charlotte and later worked at Kansas State and helped draw Michael Beasley and big man Wally Judge to the Big 12. But it's still impressive to see that move paying off big.

** Maryland center target Goodluck Okonoboh recently picked up an offer from Duke, according to's Adam Finkelstein.

** posted a video this week of Terps small forward target Terry Larrier. Check out the highlights below.

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