Maryland assistant coach Bino Ranson leaving program for DePaul

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Maryland assistant coach Bino Ranson leaving program for DePaul

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Ranson began coaching at Maryland in 2010, the year before Mark Turgeon took over the program. Turgeon retained Ranson, who helped the Terps land some of the best prospects out of Baltimore, including Jalen Smith, who was a lottery pick in last year’s NBA draft. Ranson recruited both Baltimore natives who will be freshmen this season: forward Julian Reese and guard Ike Cornish, both four-star recruits.

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