Terrell Stoglin Will 'Test The Waters' Of NBA Draft, According To Report

The Maryland Terrapins men's basketball season is most likely over after a loss to North Carolina in the 2012 ACC Tournament, and attention now turns to guard Terrell Stoglin and his future with the program. It's the proverbial "should he stay or should he go" debate that happens with so many collegiate players this time of year. Stoglin's mindset, via Liz Clarke of the Washington Post's Terrapins Insider:

Maryland shooting ace Terrell Stoglin, who led the ACC in scoring this season, said Saturday that he wants to "test the waters" of his NBA prospects but in all likelihood would return to College Park for his junior season.

"Pretty much right now I'm thinking about coming back" to Maryland, Stoglin said in a telephone interview. "I just want to test the waters to see what my chances are."

Clarke reports that Stoglin has talked to former teammate Jordan Williams about his decision for next season, though Stoglin won't reveal what Williams' advice was. Williams has fluctuated this season between the New Jersey Nets and their NBA Development League affiliate, so if Stoglin's looking at Williams as an example, it would probably make sense for the ACC's leading scorer this season to stay in school.

For more on the Terps, please head over to Testudo Times. For all your college basket news and notes, be sure to visit the SB Nation NCAAB hub page.

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