The Maryland Terrapins announced on May 1st that they have offered shooting guard Robby Carmody a scholarship for the 2018-2019 season.
Carmody is a six-foot-four-inch, 185 pound, burly guard from Mars, Pennsylvania.
The guard was given a four-star rating and 86 overall grade by ESPN. Carmody is also ranked as the 16th best shooting guard in the class of 2018 and third best shooting guard in Pennsylvania.
At the completion of his junior season on Mars Area High School, Carmody put up impressive numbers overall through 23 games. Carmody averaged a double-double easily, collecting 26.2 points and 12.7 rebounds per game. Carmody also averaged 4.8 assists and 3.9 steals per game. For a big guard, Carmody is definitely very agile for his size. Carmody’s ability to convert from deep, with a strong midrange shot, has become an attraction to many Division 1 programs.
Carmody joined the Adidas Ohio Basketball Club in the Spring. After putting up 19.6 points and five rebounds per game for the Ohio Basketball Club, scholarship offers began pouring in from left and right.
Besides from Maryland, Carmody has offers from Michigan, Purdue, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Louisville, Syracuse, and four other Division one programs.
With plenty of time until the shooting guard needs to commit anywhere, Carmody is taking all offers into consideration and doesn’t plan on deciding where he will attend college any time soon.
Though a decision from Carmody isn’t expected in the near future, he has expressed interest in Michigan, Purdue, Louisville, Notre Dame and Northwestern.
The offer from Maryland marks the 18th scholarship offered by Mark Turgeon in the 2018 class. 14 of these offers have been to ESPN Super 60 players. Maryland has yet to earn a commitment from a class of 2018 player.