Tennessee Basketball Lands Another Top Prospect In Bobby Maze

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Tennessee Basketball Lands Another Top Prospect In Bobby Maze
Tennessee head coach Bruce Pearl filled a void created last week when point guard Ramar Smith was discharged from the Vol basketball team.

Following a weekend official visit to the Vols, Junior College All-American point guard, Bobby Maze, became the fifth signee in Tennessee's 2007-08 basketball signing class.

Maze started at Oklahoma as a freshman before landing at Hutchinson Junior College in Kansas under former Bruce Pearl assistant at Southern Indiana.

The 6'1", 180-lb Maze committed earlier in the process to Maryland and chose the Vols over Cincinnati and Kentucky. Maze had been scheduled to visit Lexington later this week.

Maze averaged close to 21 points per game in his one year of junior college ball. Maze won't come to Knoxville until completing required coursework this summer at Hutchinson.

Maze joins signees Renaldo Woolridge, a forward from Hollywood, Cal., and Phillip Jurick, a center from Chattanooga, both of whom signed last fall. Earlier this spring, shooting guard Scott Hopson of Hopkinsville, KY and point guard Daniel West of Detroit signed with the Vols
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