Weekend wrap — Ross breaks out
After a summer away from the AAU circuit, Terrence Ross has now reclaimed his place in the high school basketball spotlight.
At the Nike-sponsored National High School Hoops Festival at Wise High School in Prince George’s County this weekend, Ross was at his best.
ESPNU 100 prospect and future Maryland wing Terrence Ross (Portland, Ore./Montrose Christian) was the top performer of the day, scoring 32 points in a win against St. Mary's Ryken (Md.).
NBE Basketball Report attempted to get some post-game clarification on the status of Ross’ commitment to UM.
Terrence Ross, who did not sign a letter-of-intent to attend Maryland after verbally committing to the Terrapins, will not comment on why he didn’t make it official. When pressed, a Montrose assistant said that the coaching staff doesn’t want reporters talking to Ross about it. “Only about the game,” an assistant said.
Check out video highlights of Montrose Christian and Ross here.
Has offers from VCU and Seton Hall, and said that Maryland told him it would keep an eye on him during the season. He plans to make a decision at at the end of the season, sometime in April.
For those that don’t know, I’m waiting until the spring to get everything decided with my recruitment. I’m just not sure about anything at this point, and it’s important for me to be sure. I don’t have any favorites and I’m just taking my time with the whole thing. (Editor’s note: C.J.’s most recent list included N.C. State, Kentucky, Oregon, Maryland, Connecticut, Georgetown and Florida.)
Davis, according to [Lakewood coach Randy] Holmes, also finds his name on the lips of Kentucky, St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, Virginia Tech, Florida, Siena, Seton Hall, Maryland and George Mason.
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Smith, headed to the University of Maryland, threw for 3,130 yards and 32 touchdowns this season, leading the Warriors to a Colonial League championship and to the quarterfinals of the PIAA Class AAA playoffs.
As a senior, Evans had 17 sacks, seven hurries, two forced fumbles, and 52 tackles. As a tight end on offense he caught 17 passes for 360 yards and three touchdowns.