Kevin Broadus has spent the last six seasons as an assistant coach at nearby Georgetown.
On Friday, Maryland announced that Broadus is joining the Terrapins staff in the same capacity. He’ll be replacing Cliff Warren, who will remain on the staff as the Director of Player Development.
Coach Mark Turgeon confirmed the news in a press release.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kevin to the Maryland Basketball family,” Turgeon said. “Kevin has a strong reputation as a tireless recruiter and is passionate about developing players on and off the court. He has extensive knowledge and experience as a coach and I am confident his ties to this region will be extremely valuable to our program.”
Broadus has spent nine of the past 11 seasons with the Hoyas as an assistant coach. He’s been very prominent in the local recruiting scene.
Most recently, Broadus has recruited highly-touted prospects Tre Campbell (St. John’s College, D.C.) and Marcus Derrickson (Brewster Academy). He also helped bring L.J. Peak and DaJuan Summers to Georgetown during his time in Washington D.C.
Broadus joins a tremendous staff that already includes Dustin Clark and Bino Ranson. Clark and Ranson have kept the recruiting train rolling and secured several top targets for Turgeon over the last few years.
Maryland is set to bring in four-star recruits Bruno Fernando and Darryl Morsell this summer. In addition, the staff scored a commitment from Duke transfer big man Sean Obi on Thursday.
Broadus will likely hit the ground running in the AAU scene. One of the bigger tournaments of the period happens this weekend when the UAA I comes to New York City.