No.) Player (Ht., Wt.) Pos. Yr.
1) Landon Milbourne (6-7, 205) senior forward — Steady as ever, the Georgia native again will be thrust into a role as a frontcourt anchor.
5) Eric Hayes (6-4, 180) senior guard — He struggled with a turf toe injury before practice began but is ready to contribute more in his final season.
11) Jin Soo Choi (6-8, 185) sophomore forward — He packed on some muscle in Paul Ricci’s offseason training program and could help off the bench.
14) Sean Mosley (6-4, 210) sophomore guard — The tough Baltimore native could emerge as a more pivotal scorer in his second season.
15) Ersin Levent (6-7, 185) sophomore forward — The walk-on from Landon School provides a versatile practice option for a thin frontcourt.
20) Jordan Williams (6-10, 260) freshman forward — He will have a place on this height-starved team, but there could be an adjustment period for the big man.
21) Greivis Vasquez (6-6, 200) senior guard — The Venezuelan is back after an NBA dalliance and is the linchpin for how far the Terps can travel into March.
22) Adrian Bowie (6-2, 190) junior guard — Maintaining strong play deeper into the season is a priority for the athletic, left-handed slasher.
23) David Pearman (6-6, 200) junior guard/forward — The Howard County native has played 17 minutes in 11 career games.
24) Cliff Tucker (6-6, 205) junior guard/forward — The swingman is in superb shape and finally could secure a larger role.
25) Steve Goins (6-10, 245) sophomore center — If the seldom-used big man is healthy, he could provide a significant lift, even for a few minutes a night.
33) Dino Gregory (6-7, 230) junior forward — Availability is an issue for this potential starter, who was suspended for the exhibition game for violating team rules.
35) James Padgett (6-8, 225) freshman forward — The newcomer from Brooklyn quickly should find a rotation place as a consistent, defense-oriented bruiser.View Entire Story
Patrick Stevens has covered Maryland and other Mid-Atlantic college sports for more than a decade. You can reach him at email@example.com.
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