While departed standout Terrell Stoglin did not necessarily assume the role of point guard, a drastic need for backcourt leadership is present for the University of Maryland.
Following the graduation of the point guard rotation consisting of Eric Hayes and Greivis Vasquez in 2010, the Terps have endured serious struggles to showcase a sufficient ACC court general.
With second-year head coach Mark Turgeon racking in his first full recruiting class, this issue is slowly on the mend.
Even with a talented five-piece recruiting class heading to College Park, only one true point guard is listed on the 2012-13 roster. That player is a preferred walk-on.
Still, someone has to bring the ball up for Maryland next season. Here are the most likely suspects to fulfill that much-needed role of Maryland starting point guard.