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Introducing Maryland's Incoming 2010 Freshmen: Terrell Stoglin

We start with the savvy PG from Tucson.

Maryland Minute 2.28.10 - Terrell Stoglin Wins State Championship

Terrell Stoglin Is a ChampionFourth time's a charm. Props to Terrell for a great season and great HS career. Pe'Shon Says a Big Recruit Will Be at MD-DukeSays Quinn Cook will be in the building,...

Maryland Minute 11.28.09 - Eve of Friedgen's Last Stand

Notes on what could by Ralph Friedgen's last game. Plus, a few Maryland recruiting notes.

"I just want to let everyone know that I’m still committed to Maryland," Stoglin said. "I want to c...

"I just want to let everyone know that I’m still committed to Maryland," Stoglin said. "I want to clear the air on that because apparently something came out in Phoenix that said I was thinking about [Arizona]. But I’m firm with my commitment and I’m a Terrapin." Stoglin said he plans on signing with Maryland in November.

Via Matt Bracken. [link] Everyone can calm down now. The world is right again.

"We as a family, if we feel extremely comfortable with a particular school, after the home visits...

"We as a family, if we feel extremely comfortable with a particular school, after the home visits we may make a a decision. "We already know all the schools." ... "Bruce Pearl [of] Tennessee, he works with point forwards, Bobby Huggins works with point forwards. Maryland worked with Walt Williams. Paul Hewitt, everybody's got something." He added: "It's going to come down to what school is going to be honest about letting Tobias be a point forward. Don't be surprised if a decision may be made after the home visits."

Via Zags. This is very positive for a number of reasons. First, if he's deciding after in-homes, that means he won't take any OVs. That means the last school he visited was Maryland, and that can only be a good thing. Second, it's good he realizes that Maryland has a history of the point forward with Walt Williams, and I'm kind of shocked that his Maryland basketball history is that good. Third, if he wants to play point forward, that would allow Terrell Stoglin to play off the ball at times. I have no doubts about Stog's ability to be a lead guard, but he seems to be a combo guard at heart. He could benefit from being allowed to play off the ball at times.

Rivals' Top Classes: Maryland at #7

Still behind UNC, NCSt, and Wake, but that would change fast if one of the Big Six committed. As it stands, it's impossible to not be happy with that. Also, MaxPreps had Maryland at #9 before the Parker commit.

Rivals150 Updated: Ross Drops to #43

Same drill as the ESPN one: prospect rank, and up or down: #5 - Tobias Harris (up) #13 - Terrence Jones (up) #14 - CJ Leslie (up) #31 - Roscoe Smith (down) #43 - Terrence Ross (down) #45 - Justin Coleman (down) #53 - Mychal Parker (up) #56 - Damontre Harris (up) #99 - James Johnson (down) #109 - Alex Kirk (down) #122 - Terrell Stoglin (up) #146 - Jon Graham (down) We've already rehashed Terrence Ross' drop, but I still don't like it. Stoglin's fall also surprised me. Parker's rise was a bit unexpected, as well.

MaxPreps' 2010 Basketball Top 100 Filled With Surprises

Ok, first, a disclaimer: MaxPreps is...well, I don't really know. They're not really a recruiting site, per se, so this isn't like Rivals or Scout or ESPN. Anyway, there were a couple of big time surprises. The first one, and the most important one, is Terrell Stoglin at #44. Obviously a huge bump from the previous 70s and 80s rankings he'd been getting, but MaxPreps has always loved him. Terrence Ross landed at 30, which to me is a little low, but he didn't play any AAU, which probably makes up for a good 10-15 spots. Other than that, Terrence Jones was at #12, which seems a little high, and Tobias Harris was at #21, which seems a little low. Roscoe Smith was at #26, but he only played in one AAU tournament, so he might suffer from TRoss syndrome. Mychal Parker was at 63, which was lower than I expected, Alex Kirk was at 74, and James Johnson was at 95.

Always. Always. Every time we are in the hotel room, anytime we are talking, I am always telling...

Always. Always. Every time we are in the hotel room, anytime we are talking, I am always telling him he’s got to be a Terp. I want to play with him because he is a good player and I respect him. He is a very good player, so it’s good to have him on my team. And he tells me he’s thinking about it.

Terrell Stoglin, talking about San Diego big man, AAU teammate, and Terp target James Johnson.

Terp commit Terrell Stoglin to Terp target James Johnson. And they're already wearing red!

Terp commit Terrell Stoglin to Terp target James Johnson. And they're already wearing red!

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