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For Clay Belton, one important decision will be followed by another.
One week after leaving Miami University, Belton is close to enrolling at the University of Maryland and continuing his football career with the Terrapins under head coach Ralph Friedgen.
"Maryland’s at the top of his list," said Craig Belton II, Clay’s father, who added that his son continues to "sniff around" for the best opportunity.
Towson announced Monday that former Maryland reserve center Braxton Dupree is transferring to play for the Tigers.
Dupree, a 6-foot-8 sophomore who played at Calvert Hall, averaged 2.1 points and 2.4 rebounds last season while appearing in 25 games, including six starts.
"I enjoyed my time at the University of Maryland and appreciate all of the efforts by coach [ Gary] Williams and his staff, Dupree said in a statement. "However, I felt it was time for me to make a change. I am extremely excited about the opportunity to play at Towson University and for coach [Pat] Kennedy. Additionally, this decision allows me the chance to be even closer to my family."
A source says that Seth Curry, the highest scoring freshman in the country this season at Liberty, will transfer to Duke.
The source says that Curry and his family made the decision Sunday.
Curry is the younger brother of Davidson star Stephen Curry and the son of former Virginia Tech and Charlotte Hornets' star Dell Curry.