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Maryland's Melo Trimble confident in his ability to play in the NBA

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The Terps' star sophomore thinks he could play in the NBA today. This and much more in your daily roundup of Terps related news.

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Men's Basketball:

Trimble believes he is good enough to play in NBA right now | CSN Mid-Atlantic
A player the caliber of Melo Trimble displaying a little confidence is certainly nothing unexpected. With his talents, he certainly has the ability to find success in the NBA very soon, but many of us probably hope he waits a little while longer to step up his game to the professional level...here's to wishful thinking.

Terps greeted by Nebraska snow -- but that likely won't stop fans | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Despite a huge snow storm, Mark Turgeon expects a huge Nebraska crowd to be in attendance on Wednesday when the Terps play the Cornhuskers.

Terps Overcoming Shooting Slump with Stifling Defense
Strangely enough, the Terrapins have played better defense as their competition has gotten stronger.

Maryland leans on defense heading into Nebraska matchup - The Diamondback
Maryland hopes to continue its trend of 'stifling' defense against the Cornhuskers tonight.

Sulaimon: Layman "Made me look good" on Acrobatic Alley-Oop
"When I threw it I kind of slipped and I fell down," Sulaimon said. "I thought it was an errant pass and he just came out of nowhere and saved the day. He made me look good, too, so yeah, I’ve got to thank Jake for that one."

Player Rankings: Top two stays the same in Jess Settles’ latest list " Big Ten Network
Three Terps have earned a spot in this weeks Big Ten Network player rankings. C'mon boys, lets just get the whole starting line-up in on the party.

Bracketology: Maryland, Oregon are pushing their way up the NCAA Tournament bracket - SBNation.com
Despite most other major outlets having the Terps sitting in the three hole, SB Nation pumped Maryland up to a 2-seed after a strong showing last week.

Women's Basketball:

Maryland women’s basketball handles Purdue behind 41 points from Shatori Walker-Kimbrough - The Diamondback
Shatory Walker-Kimbrough is just the second player in program history to drop forty points in a game.

Signing Day:

The 21 wildest National Signing Day stories, from Willie Williams to Landon Collins - SBNation.com
Some of you whom held a grudge with Penn State before...things happened, may remember the name Antonio Logan-El. Read about that story here, and twenty other wild Signing Day stories that have nothing to do with Maryland.

Predicting where college football's top 10 uncommitted recruits will play - SBNation.com
Maryland could end up facing many of the top recruits in the country whom still have yet to commit to a team.

2016 National Signing Day TV schedule: When will all the top football recruits commit? - SBNation.com
2 p.m. Terrell Hall.