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April Will Bring Lots of Top Recruits to Town

While the Capital Classic is in jeopardy of not being held for the first time since 1974, there won't be a shortage of top talent for fans to see locally in April. In addition to the eight-team National High School Invitational at Georgetown Prep, Reebok will hold two all-star games at American U. on April 18 under the Create-n-Finish header. The undercard will match a local all-star team against a national team, following by two national all-star teams duking it out.

On interesting point, with the NHSI set for April 3-5 and the McDonald's All-American Game scheduled for April 1 in Miami, will some of the nation's top teams let their stars go to the all-star game and miss practice leading up to a tournament that folks are considering a national championship?

By Josh Barr  | February 11, 2009; 3:51 PM ET
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Not one of these players is considering Maryland.


Virginia Tech -- 87
Maryland -- 62

Maryland will finish with a 15-16 record.

No NCAA bid

No NIT bid

Gary, nice graduation rate - no parent should ever allow their son to play for Maryland.

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