Maryland is one of many schools involved with Warley, a top-30 c/o 2021 guard from Philly. Terps assistant Matt Brady coached his uncle at Saint Joseph’s in the early 90s and has played a big part in the program’s recent recruiting success in the Philly. https://t.co/3knBe4G3cL
Cutting my list on June 7th.
Among the guests attending is U.S. Rep. Andy Harris of Baltimore County, the only Republican in the state’s congressional delegation. Harris has loudly advocated for opening Maryland businesses: “The President of the United States comes to Maryland. Why wouldn’t I be here?”
Indiana grad transfer Justin Smith tells ESPN he’s heard from: Illinois Georgetown Iowa State Northwestern Purdue Maryland Mississippi State Arkansas DePaul Notre Dame Oregon Xavier Boston College Arizona State Wake Forest Tulsa New Mexico Nevada NC State Virginia Tech
RT @GovLarryHogan: Drive-thru, appt-free, no-cost #COVID19 testing began today at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. As we continue our dramatically expanded testing strategy, these opportunities will become available across the state, including tomorrow in Glen Burnie and Hyattsville. https://t.co/M9hEFDrv6T
Voting rights groups are pushing to expand vote-by-mail in the November presidential election as a safe alternative to in-person voting. But it’s not a panacea. Many groups say the nation will also need equitably-located, in-person voting centers. https://t.co/RTCpB4CWYi
Big news here. Obviously with PG County a hot spot, #Terps will likely still have to wait and see what local government decides next.
Sources: The NCAA Division I Council voted to approve voluntary athletic activities in football, MBB and WBB to start June 1st and go through June 30th. There had been a moratorium on that through May 31st. Other sports will be acted on on a later date.