Maryland point guard signee Roddy Peters' high school career will end before the New Year.
The 6-foot-4 senior will play five more games for Suitland High before undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery, according to The Washington Post.
The highly touted senior originally dislocated the shoulder over the summer playing on the AAU circuit, but earlier this week, Suitland Coach George McClure said Peters was practicing normally and planned to play a full season. He later added “if [the shoulder] becomes bad we’re going to do whatever is best for Roddy.”
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The Post reported that Peters' last game with the Rams will be Dec. 21 against Eleanor Roosevelt. The Terps commitment averaged 23 points as a junior.
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Rodgers will make an official visit to Maryland this weekend and head to Washington, where his father Tyrone once played on the defensive line for the Huskies, the following weekend. His top five had also included Oklahoma and Arkansas.