The Terps were the second-most efficient team that missed the NCAA tournament this year, and they could be an above-.500 ACC team in 2011-12 -- but that's only if sophomore center Jordan Williams pulls out of the draft. He was their centerpiece last season, averaging 16.8 points and 11.8 boards, and they might not even be an NIT team without him. Scouts still have doubts about Williams and list him as a second-rounder with an outside shot at the first. "His productivity as a rebounder is incredible," said one scout, "but I've never seen him make jump shots, or show any sort of dribbling ability, and it's a crime that they list him as 6-10." No matter what Williams' actual height is -- 6-8? 6-9? -- he's said to be leaning toward remaining in the draft and hiring an agent.
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