MY FAVORITE TERP BALLERS PRE & POST GRADUATING

While I followed my beloved Terps prior to enrolling, this list only applies to players I've watched play since enrolling in 2009, graduating in 2013, and up through present day. Shout out to Trevor Anzmann who I played club with. He's now on the roster and I work in an office. Ayyy!
  1. 1.
    Greivis Vasquez (PG) (2009-2010)
    The Shimmy, HUEVOS, beating Duke, Gold Rush 2010, need I say more? One of the best players to ever play at Maryland. With that Venezuelan flair and swag. Who else has a first name that is half of their Dad's and half of their Mom's names? Exactly.
  2. 2.
    Melo Trimble (PG) (2014-Present)
    Cool on both sides of the pillow. Everything you want and need in a point guard. Not afraid of contact. That hair doe. Has regressed a little compared to his Freshman year (IMO) but still one of the best point guards in all the land! Bright future ahead of him. BRIGHT!
  3. 3.
    Jordan Williams (C) (2009-2011)
    There was so much potential here. Was so dominate on the glass and in the paint just as a freshman. Had he stayed a few more years, could have became one of Maryland's best big men. Regardless, provided some great memories that 09-10 season. Like nuts in Jon Scheyer's face. Anyone know what he's up to now?
  4. 4.
    Dez Wells (SF) (2012-2015)
    The athleticism. The tenacity. That goofy smile during post game interviews. Was the leader in the locker room during last year's 2014-2015 season. Though he had an unusually high chance of missing breakaway dunks, when he did finish, bruh....
  5. 5.
    Robert Carter Jr. (PF) (2015-Present)
    So smooth with the rock. Has that old school game with baby hooks yet strong in the paint. Underrated if you ask me despite being one of the most consistent Terps on the current team.
  6. 6.
    Landon Milbourne (PF/C) (2009-2010)
    Dare we forget the Block Parties at Landon's? Another underrated big man for the Terps during the 09-10 season. Very consistent and highly athletic for his size. Very unfortunate that my last memory of him was when Korie Lucious drained that 3 in his "eye hole" (Van Pelt, 2015) to give Michigan St. that win in the tourney. Damn you Korie, damn you. That was our year.
  7. 7.
    Eric Hayes (SG) (2009-2010)
    Kush, "Fer Three, Yes!" (Marv Albert voice), Moisture! Dude could stroke, and stroke some more. Pause. One of the greatest shooters I've seen play at Maryland. Almost automatic from the charity stripe as well. 2009-2010 season wouldn't have been as successful if it weren't for him.
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    Some Honorable Mentions (Various Years)
    Terrell Stoglin (PG), Alex Len (C), Berend Weijs (C) just because he was so goofy, Sean Mosley (SG), and Varun Ram (PG) (Scrappy little dude!)