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By Anthony Weihofen
Although this year’s top seniors in the NCAA all will be hoping to hear their name called come next year’s NBA draft, only certain ones will likely have a guaranteed spot fulfilling their dreams of playing in the world’s top professional league.
At 6’4” Virginia Tech guard Erick Green is the only senior in the NCAA to play three-quarters of the season and also averages 24-points per game. The Virginia Tech Hokies are 11-6 this year after losing five of their last seven games the fault is not on Green.
By Tim Donohoo
Five players have made significant contributions thus far in aiding their school towards ACC supremacy in March.
Terrell Stoglin (Maryland): 6-1 sophomore guard from Tucson, Arizona:
Has the ability to carry an offense by himself. Made All-ACC Freshman squad last year and leads the conference in scoring this year (21ppg). He can score anywhere from the parking lot in. Loves to drive and is very quick. He can break the press on his own and is a scrappy floor leader who impressed as a freshman (11ppg, 3apg). Has found consistency this year, averaging 21ppg, 3rpg and nearly two assists per outing. Has scored in double figures in every game but one this season. Tossed in 33 versus Miami (Fla.), Feb. 1.