Mark Turgeon's impressive recruiting thus far in his career as the Maryland Terrapins head coach continued, as the school landed four-star point guard Roddy Peters for next year's recruiting class.
Turgeon might have lost out on a pair of guards in the Harrison twins, the No. 2 and 4 players in the country who chose Kentucky, but the District Heights, Md., prospect is nothing to sneeze at as the No. 39 player in the nation. The 6'4 point guard was drawing interest from Kansas and also considering local program Georgetown, but decided on the Terps Tuesday morning.
While the Harrisons are widely expected to leave Kentucky after one year, Peters isn't considered a likely one-and-done player and will be able to help Maryland for several years coming. The Suitland High School prospect received a visit from Turgeon at his house Monday night, according to SB Nation's Testudo Times.