Sophomore Terrell Stoglin, the Atlantic Coast Conference's leading scorer, hasn't finalized his decision to return to Maryland next season, and his father said the family would at least look at NBA draft options.
"We haven't determined any of that yet," Joe Stoglin said. "Right now, his goal is to come back and play his junior season. We want to see him come back and have a big junior season and make the NCAA tournament."
— Baltimore Sun on Terrell Stoglin's future If he takes the NBA process seriously, he'll get back that he's not ready (or perhaps will never be ready for that level). That's not worrisome, because I almost can't conceive of a situation in which a scout would tell him that he's NBA material right now. The worry is that he a) doesn't listen, or b) decides that he'd be just fine in Europe. And that we won't know until the decision is made. Still, I guess it's good that the default is to come back to CP.