Recently, the Maryland Terrapins got some exciting news as 2022 prospect Bobi Klintman announced that he would be committing to the program. Klintman offers a nice boost to Mark Turgeon and his staff as they continue the 2022 recruiting cycle.
2022 class Bobi Klintman ('03) has committed to Maryland, per sources.— Eurohopes (@Eurohopes) October 13, 2021
Klintman, who is attending Sunrise Academy (KS) after moving from Rig Mark, had offers from Rutgers, Kansas, Virginia, Texas A&M and Loyola-Chicago. pic.twitter.com/vq83ZdVEUO
Klintman comes out of Sweden and is currently rated as a four-star prospect and a top 115 player by 247Sports. The site also lists him at 6-foot-8 and 190 pounds and as a rising player in the 2022 class. Along with Maryland, he also has offers from Kansas, Nebraska, Rutgers, San Francisco, and Santa Clara among others. He figures to be an athletic and raw prospect that can develop in the years ahead.
This is Maryland’s first commitment in the 2022 recruiting cycle, though it’s fair to expect that will change in the future. It’s still early in the cycle and Turgeon and his staff are still working. Adding a player like Klintman should go a long way toward securing the wing position for the Terps.
Mark Turgeon and his staff likely aren’t done this offseason, but Terp fans have to be excited about where things sit at the moment.