Young Terps: two-game win streak ends | ’24 commit | priority recruits in CP

Welcome back for the latest episode of Young Terps where we dive into all the latest news surrounding Maryland basketball and football.

After taking a two-game win streak into the week-long bye, Maryland basketball wasn’t able to find its footing in East Lansing after falling to Michigan State, 63-54, in the rematch. The problems started early for Maryland after Julian Reese picked up two quick fouls and struggled with foul trouble throughout, but still, the Terps were able to keep it close before taking a second-half lead. The same problems resurfaced, though, as we dive into another week with a chance to rebound.

On the football side, Maryland and head coach Mike Locksley are coming off their 23rd and final commitment of the 2024 cycle when St. Frances (MD) fringe four-star cornerback Kevyn Humes went public with his pledge. If you’ve been following along on IBG, you’ve known this was on the way, but we break down who they beat and what it means for the cornerback room.

We close out the show highlighting a handful of visitors for Locksley & company with a five and four-star target making their way back to campus. What are the Terps’ early chances with both as they lay the foundation for the 2025 class?

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