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After finishing his second season at the University of Maryland, guard Terrell Stoglin has declared for the NBA draft. As a sophomore, Stoglin averaged 21.6 points per game, leading the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) and was sixth overall in the NCAA. This was his first season with a leadership role. Stoglin was predicted to carry the Terrapins next season. If drafted, the 6’1, 185 pound guard from Santa Rita High School would join an elite group of players from Tucson to make it into the NBA.
A graduate of Santa Rita High School from right here in Arizona, Terrell Stoglin, has certainly made a name for himself. Stoglin was ranked by ESPN.com as the 19th-best point guard in the 2010 recruiting class as he received scholarship offers from Maryland, Texas A&M, Penn State and San Diego. He also received interest from Arizona, Arizona State, California, Georgetown and USC. That is quite a list considering Arizona is not known for their elite high school basketball. Stoglin, who graduated from Santa Rita in 2010, averaged 29.4 points, 6.4 assists and 2 steals a game in his senior season. He went on to lead Santa Rita to a state championship that year behind his impressive 22 points. His high school coach, Jim Ferguson, described Stoglin as confident without being arrogant.