As Maryland awaits word from former Memphis point guard Antonio Barton regarding his possible transfer to College Park, it might be interesting to look at the lineups Mark Turgeon could put on the floor next season with or without the 6-2 senior from Baltimore. His three-season stats at Memphis might not accurately reflect how important a piece Barton could be for the Terps. How do you measure a player’s basketball IQ, leadership and maturity? Think of what Logan Aronhalt gave Turgeon’s team last season, but with Barton playing a much bigger role at a more key position.
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