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#2 Roddy Peters
Position: Guard
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 195
Year: Freshman
Hometown: District Heights, Md.
High School: Suitland
Experience: High School
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CAREER HONORS

  • ACC Rookie of the Week (12/16/13)

As a Freshman (2013-14): Appeared in all 32 games, making 10 starts...averaged 15.1 minutes/g...second on team with 67 total assists, averaging 2.1/g...averaged 4.1 points/g and 1.3 rebounds/g...posted five or more assists in six games...notched three assists against Wake Forest (2/18)...named ACC ROOKIE OF THE WEEK (12/16)...dished career-high seven assists vs. Boston Univ. (12/21)...scored career-high 14 points in first ACC game, playing 26 minutes at Boston College (12/12)...posted 11 points, including a pair of game-tying free throws with eight seconds remaining, in just 19 minutes vs. George Washington (12/8)...matched career-high with six assists versus Morgan State (11/29)...reached double-figures with 10 points and six assists versus Oregon State (11/17)...made first collegiate start against Abilene Christian (11/13)...made collegiate debut against #19 UConn (11/8), scoring five points in 18 minutes.

Before Maryland: A five-star prospect, the 19th-ranked player overall and the third-ranked point guard by 247Sports.com ... a four-star prospect and the 11th-ranked point guard by Scout.com ... a four-star prospect, the No. 45-ranked player overall and the No. 8-ranked point guard by ESPN.com ... averaged 25 points and seven assists a game as a junior (2011-12) ... chose Maryland over offers from UCLA, Illinois, Rutgers and Xavier ... played AAU for the DC Assault under former Washington Wizards and current Rutgfers head coach Eddie Jordan.

Turgeon on Peters: "Roddy is a great kid and comes from a great family. He's a great example of us trying to keep the best local players home at Maryland. Roddy loves Maryland and we recruit that - kids that love it here and really want to be here. He has excellent court vision, a great feel for the game and his length at his position is a great asset. He's an unselfish basketball player that is all about winning."


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