Towson men's basketball sophomore standouts Zane Martin and Justin Gorham (Calvert Hall) have received their release from the school and will transfer. Martin, who declared for the NBA draft last month without hiring an agent, led the team in scoring and was the lone Tiger to earn All-Colonial Athletic Association honors last season. Gorham, a Baltimore native, started just eight games but finished third on the team in scoring and led Towson in rebounding. A team spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Martin and Gorham both indicated on Twitter that they are leaving. Both will have two years of eligibility remaining and likely will have to sit out a year under NCAA transfer rules. Maryland is among the high-major schools reportedly interested in Martin, who more than tripled his freshman-year scoring average (19.8 points per game) last season. The Tigers' most experienced returning players are starting forward Alex Thomas and reserve guard Jordan McNeil (Mount Saint Joseph), who averaged a combined 7.6 points and 33 minutes per game last season.