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Maryland Minute 4.21 -- Potential destinations for Maryland transfers

Also, could Maryland be more "cohesive" next season?

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Rothstein, who has been consistently high on Maryland for more than a year now, makes the argument that Maryland will be a more "cohesive" basketball team next year. It's something to consider, I guess, but it's a bit of a reach. For instance, this statement: "Had Peters and Faust returned to College Park, it would have been exceptionally more difficult to give Trimble and Wiley the type of instant roles they will likely now receive." Part of the problem for all three of the players that transferred was that they had to play early and weren't allowed to develop properly in the process. Maryland has enough depth that this shouldn't be the case next year, but I wouldn't be so quick to say that this is necessarily a good thing for the new players.

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