Aside from that drastic change in athletic culture for Maryland, the other most memorable series of moments for me this year are the ones mentioned above. Turgeon proved in 2011 that his recruiting was going to be quite a bit different than his predecessor's. In 2012, the second-year coach showed that he'd back down from nobody in recruiting (i.e. hanging with John Calipari until the very end for the Harrison twins) and that he'd never rest in remaking his roster. Just think about the players Turgeon added between Jan. 1, 2012 and the start of the 2012-13 season: Charles Mitchell. Evan Smotrycz. Logan Aronhalt. Dez Wells. Turgeon also spent the past 11-plus months beating out basketball blue bloods like Kansas and UCLA for Roddy Peters, unearthing a totally off-the-radar gem in Damonte Dodd, and landing a rising combo guard star in Melo Trimble early in the process. When it comes to recruiting, complacency does not appear to be a word in Turgeon's vocabulary.