Terrell Stoglin Rumors
(Terrell) Stoglin has yet to receive any offers from an NBA or NBA Developmental League team, but he said he has received interest from teams overseas. He wouldn’t specify which countries in particular, but he did say the teams were located in “good places.”
The amount of quality undrafted prospects isn’t enough to make up a whole third round — something your’s truly has thought about in the past — but there were quite a few players that should get looks at next month’s Summer Leagues in Vegas and Orlando. Among them? West Virginia Mountaineers forward Kevin Jones, New Mexico Lobos forward Drew Gordon, Iona Gaels point guard Scott Machado, Maryland Terrapins guard Terrell Stoglin, Georgetown Hoyas bigs Hollis Thompson and Henry Sims, Tu Holloway of Xavier, Northwestern’s John Shurna and Mississippi State big man Renardo Sidney.
Terrell Stoglin of Maryland declared for the NBA draft by Sunday’s deadline. But he wouldn’t have been able to return to the Terps next season in any event. The school announced Monday that Stoglin, the ACC’s leading scorer last season, was suspended for the year for violating the school’s athlete code of conduct. Mychal Parker, who had already announced that he was going to transfer, was also suspended for the year. Both would have been entering their junior seasons at Maryland in 2012-13. The NBA confirmed that Stoglin’s draft entry letter arrived at the league office by 10 p.m. ET on Sunday night, just two hours shy of the midnight deadline.
Terrell Stoglin and Mychal Parker were suspended from the Maryland basketball team for each failing three university-administered drug tests, team sources said. The drug in question was marijuana, the sources said. The positive drug tests were a violation of Maryland’s Student-Athlete Code of Conduct. The one-year suspensions for Stoglin, the ACC’s leading scorer, and Parker were announced Monday. However, both are planning to leave school.
Maryland guard Terrell Stoglin, the Atlantic Coast Conference’s leading scorer, won’t return to the Terps next season after all, and is likely to enter the NBA draft, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.