Baltimore Sports and Life recently interviewed NBC's Mike Miller and CBS's Jeff Borzello. Nothing too new but a couple of interesting notes:
Borzello: “I love the Harrison twins, but I think Andrew is the better prospect, without a doubt. He’s a 6-foot-5 point guard who can get to the rim at will and finish in traffic. Aaron is the better long-range shooter, but he’s not as versatile in the backcourt as his brother. Nate Britt is a top-10 guy in the class, not that far behind Andrew Harrison in the point guard rankings, but Maryland isn’t getting him. He’s a heavy Georgetown lean, with Duke (and maybe UNC) as the other team who could seriously threaten for him. Aquille Carr is fun to watch and he’s certainly explosive, but he’s got serious concerns for the college level. It remains to be seen how well he can play in a structured offense, and his 5-foot-6 size is obviously a potential problem. Other potential DMV products to keep an eye on in 2013 include Jairus Lyles and Will Ferguson, while Texas is also loaded in case Turgeon and Spinelli decide to reach back into their old stomping grounds.”
Miller (in response to being asked if TA&M had more talent than last year's UMD team): "“Other seasons yes, but not last year. Khris Middleton emerged as a solid player, but that was about it. The rest of the Aggies were guys who knew their roles and filled ‘em. That’s how you get 24 wins with average talent. It doesn’t help against premier teams (Kansas and Texas throttled the Aggies), but it’s ideal for everyone else.” -- Is he insinuating that Turgeon did more with less in what was considered a more difficult league?