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Awesome commitment. Turge keeps getting things done.
This post was edited by OldSchoolTerp 21 months ago
Imagine if we got positive news on Wells today too. That's the key to an awesome season this year. Next year we are so set to take off!!!
Sorry...just noticed that this was announced in the "Save Us Roddy Peters" thread. However, as one poster said, Roddy deserves his own thread.
Change your title to:
The Official Roddy Peters Thread
espn.com's recruiting site is obviously the worst, but even so I'll still never understand their rating system. For last year's class Shaq had a 96, Layman a 93, Chuck a 90, and Allen an 89. And Roddy, who they have as the #8 PG and #43 overal, has an 86. Looking back to 2010 thats lower than Hawk Paulson and Pankey Obviously doesn't matter at all, just kind of curious.
IIRC..... JWill was 89
And Peters plays for DC Assault. Hopefully this means that the UMD v. DCA relationship is warming up!
They probably haven't updated it in a while. They are pretty slow.
We're on the front page.
Not saying this just because I'm a Maryland fan but, he made the right choice.
Look out, here we come again!!!
Welcome to Terp nation. Hope you enjoy 4 great years in College Park.
hurry up and pick a jersey number roddy, i want to buy it.
This post was edited by dterpfan 21 months ago
He is more of a Maryland type of player
Welcome to College Park Roddy!
TO get a player who is just as good as one of the harrisons and cherry on the top being from the area, thats awesome.!!!
This post was edited by jackson28 21 months ago
I think they changed their system for this year. There was a lot of congestion at the top of their rankings in the past. Not that it matters, what matters is saying WELCOME RODDY!
Didn't realize D.C. Assault won a national championship, beating the Houston Defenders led by Andrew and Aaron Harrison. This article by former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan is a good read.
EJ said... "He's a terrific passer, a willing passer, who's great in the open court but he can also finish on the break. He looks wiry, but he's pretty strong."
Jordan believes that Peters is better in the transition game than the Harrisons, but needs to improve some of his halfcourt skills -- particularly his jump shot -- to have a chance to get to the NBA.
High praise from someone who helped coach DC Assualt in the Spring and summer.
Roddy Peters, the four-star recruit from Suitland who committed to Maryland on Tuesday, had a pretty good coach to learn from this past spring and summer while playing for D.C. Assault. Former Wizards coach Eddie Jordan, a former point guard himself, helped coach Peters on the local AAU powerhouse and believes the Terps made out well for themselves.
Didn't Juan Dixon redshirt to essentially do the same thing that Eddie Jordan is suggesting ?
Probably good advice for anyone at any level at any time.
Glad to see you become a Terp Roddy.
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