Justin Jackson’s decision to return to Maryland for his sophomore year should put the Terps in solid contention in the Big Ten.
At least for second place behind Michigan State.
While most believe that the Spartans will be among the top teams in the country – with the return of Miles Bridges for his sophomore year, Michigan State could go into the season ranked No. 1 – how the rest of the conference plays out might largely depend on the decisions by those who had put their names into the NBA draft.
Though the Terps lose Melo Trimble, their top scorer for each of his three seasons, the rising sophomore trio of Jackson, Kevin Huerter and Anthony Cowan gives Mark Turgeon a...