Sims scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Mosley scored 16 points and dished out six assists. Mosley told The Sun that last night was his first game at Comcast Center.
"I just came out and tried to put on a show," Mosley said. "I want to play at the college level and play in front of big crowds. It was a wonderful experience to finally get on the court here."
The Arizona Daily Star reports that Arizona is also interested in Evans.
Arizona is trying to arrange a recruiting visit for Motlow State (Tenn.) Community College guard Tyree Evans, who is the third-highest scoring guard in Virginia prep history, according to his coach.
Evans' coach, Bobby Steinburg, said Friday that Evans is visiting Maryland this weekend and is being pursued by Arizona, Kansas State, Florida State and others. Steinburg said Evans has interest in Arizona.
The Star's story also touches a little on Evans' past, so you'll want to click on the above link.
• The Boo Williams Invitational AAU tournament took place this weekend in Hampton, Va., and plenty of Terps targets and Maryland players were on hand.
In the 16-and-under division, the Baltimore Stars fell just short of the title, dropping the title game to Florida-based Team STAT.
The Baltimore Stars were led by Antonio Barton's 16 points. Tobias Harris scored 14 while C.J. Fair pitched in with 10 points in the defeat.
... He did most of his damage at the free throw line, where he went 16 of 23 in the three pool-play games. Maryland and Pitt appear to be the frontrunners at this point, with the Terps having a solid shot provided the staff makes a concerted effort to show him he's the top priority. ...