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October 12, 2009

Weekend wrap — Cheeseboro's big day

Maryland wide receiver recruit Tyrek Cheeseboro made big plays for Milford Mill on both sides of the ball in the Millers' 21-0 win over Parkville.

Tyrek Cheeseboro caught a 65-yard pass for a touchdown, had 12 tackles and forced and recovered a fumble.

• Terps quarterback commitment Tyler Smith guided Wilson (Pa.) Area High to a 49-28 rout of Palisades.

Wilson quarterback Tyler Smith threw three of his four touchdown passes during that nine-minute eruption and finished the night with 402 yards on just 13 completions. Kowan Scott caught seven passes for 221 yards and three TDs for the Warriors (6-0 overall, 6-0 Colonial).

• Maryland quarterback recruit Devin Burns was 10 of 15 for 68 yards and two touchdowns in Carver (Ga.) High’s 27-5 win over Troup County.

Quarterback Devin Burns posted Carver’s only score of the first half on a 51-yard run on a play that looked like it would turn little gain. Under heavy pressure, Burns scrambled all the way to his right before getting cornered and heading back. His blockers came with him and the quarterback was able to make the turn on the opposite hash marks and carry the ball 51 yards for a touchdown.

• Terps defensive end commitment Ian Evans was the go-to receiver in Hammonton’s 41-7 win over Ocean City (N.J.).

Haammonton [sic] quarterback Nick Crescenzo (seven runs for 166 yards) ran for two touchdowns and completed 3-of-6 passes, all to tight end Ian Evans (one was a 9-yard TD).

• UM cornerback pledge Mario Rowson made a big defensive play in Lake Taylor’s 28-13 win over Churchville (Va.).

Lake Taylor defensive back Mario Rowson got things rolling when he intercepted Churchland quarterback Craig Brooks on the first play from scrimmage.

Basketball recruiting

Maryland point guard commitment Terrell Stoglin is still receiving interest from Arizona, and now the Tucson (Ariz.) Santa Rita senior may wait until the spring to sign his letter of intent, according to the Arizona Republic.

He said Saturday during the Phoenix Fall Showcase at Phoenix College that he still is committed to Maryland but he is leaning toward waiting until April, instead of November, to sign a letter of intent. He said he took his official visit to Maryland two weeks ago and was "excited" about it.

UPDATE: Stoglin told Recruiting Report on Monday that he's still committed to Maryland.

Tobias Harris took an official visit to Tennessee over the weekend. Adam Zagoria caught up with the five-star forward’s father, Torrel, for a recap of the trip.

“The visit to Tennessee went well,” said Torrel Harris, Tobias’ father. “We met Bernard King, who was staying at our hotel. Bernard was attending a conference and we had the opportunity to speak with him about a lot of things. It was great speaking with one of the greatest forwards who played the game.

• Roanoke (Va.) Cave Spring center Josh Henderson -- the son of a former Terp who received interest from Maryland -- committed to Vanderbilt over Davidson on Sunday.

Henderson, whose final four choices also included Virginia and Wake Forest, averaged 15.9 points, 10.1 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game last season while shooting 56 percent from the field.

Posted by Matt Bracken at 10:21 AM | | Comments (4)


why wait if your parents like maryland and you like maryland i dont get it but if he dont come there are nice point guards that gary is going after in the next class and bowie is still there let him run the point.there is cook,gibbs,and many more.not saying that i dont care if he comes but we cant lose no sleep over this

So Stoglin is opening up his recruitment? Has 'Zona offered him a ship?

I can't say I'd be heart broken, but the concept is tough to handle.

Mark -- I didn't get the sense from that article that he was considering opening his recruitment. I spoke to Stoglin a couple weeks ago and he seemed very solid. I was certainly surprised when I saw the Arizona Republic article. My guess is that nothing comes of it, but we'll see.

TerrapinTimes has an article out today saying that Stoglin contacted them to "set the record straight". He is going to commit in November. Nobody should get their panties all tied up over this. Losing Stoglin is not gonna happen. It's a non-issue.

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About Matt Bracken

Matt Bracken was a lightly recruited football and tennis prospect out of East Lansing (Mich.) High School in 2001, but spurned all (nonexistent) scholarship offers to attend the University of Michigan. Matt graduated from UM in 2005, earned a master's degree in new media journalism from Northwestern University in 2006, and spent the first 11 months of his career as an online producer / videographer / blogger at the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He has worked at The Baltimore Sun since July 2007, where he currently serves as the deputy sports editor for digital.

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