Diamond Stone is projected to be the first Maryland basketball player taken in June's NBA Draft. The center was one of the highest-rated recruits in Maryland history, and spent one season with the Terps before declaring for the draft and hiring an agent, making him ineligible to return to the program.
Stone averaged 12.5 points and 5.4 rebounds in 23 minutes per game in his only season under Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon.
DraftExpress did a great breakdown of Stone's strengths and weaknesses Tuesday. The whole article is worth a look, but these videos are what make the piece, and what make DraftExpress such a great resource.
Stone has been down in Florida training at IMG Academy for the draft, which takes place on June 23.