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Where Are They Now? Players and coaches from Maryland's 2002 national championship team

  • Drew Nicholas: Pro basketball player, Europe

    Drew Nicholas: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    It was a departure met with major media coverage and ample blog and message-board discussion. Typically the parting of ways between a pro basketball team and a player scoring seven points a game wouldn’t be dissected at such an intense level. Drew Nicholas, however, is not your typical overseas...

  • Steve Blake: Los Angeles Lakers point guard

    Steve Blake: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    Steve Blake has carved together what is now a nine-year NBA career by feeding the ball to a list of All-Stars – from Antawn Jamison and Gilbert Arenas in Washington, to Allen Iverson and Carmelo Anthony in Denver, to LaMarcus Aldridge in Portland and, for the past two seasons, to Kobe Bryant in...

  • Byron Mouton: Founder of Sixth Man AAU program

    Byron Mouton: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    Byron Mouton has often had to reinvent himself. A big scorer in high school in Louisiana who turned into more of a defensive stopper during his two seasons at Maryland, Mouton tried to start an online basketball apparel company while finishing his professional career in China three years ago. "I...

  • Andre Collins: Pro basketball player, Italy

    Andre Collins: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    Andre Collins comes home from work at around 7 p.m. and is greeted enthusiastically by his fiancée, Ashley, and their 10-month-old son, Andre Jr. For the rest of the night, the Collins family enjoys each other’s company in a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, fully furnished apartment that is paid for...

  • Tahj Holden: Financial analyst, AAU coach

    Tahj Holden: 10 years after Maryland's national title

    Of the many lessons Tahj Holden learned during his time at Maryland, perhaps the most applicable one in his post-college life has been this: Always have a contingency plan. Holden, an integral member of Maryland’s 2002 national championship team, finished his college career in 2003 and immediately...

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