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Maryland athletics honors the jersey numbers of 18 Terrapin greats. Along with the coach of the 2002 national champions, each is honored with a banner hung from the rafters of Comcast Center.
Bosey Berger | Gene Shue | Tom McMillen | Len Elmore | John Lucas | Albert King | Buck Williams | Ernie Graham
Len Bias | Walt Williams | Joe Smith | Keith Booth | Johnny Rhodes | Steve Francis | Juan Dixon | Lonny Baxter | Steve Blake | Greivis Vasquez

Bosey Berger #6
All-America: 1931 • 1932

Louis "Bosey" Berger was regarded as one of the greatest athletes in the history of Maryland athletics ... a two-time All-America selection and a consensus pick in 1932... his selection is considered a great feat because Maryland was an agricultural school at the time and not among the athletic giants ... considered one of the best all-around players of his time ... led Maryland to the 1931 Southern Conference championship, averaging a conference-high 19.1 points over the nine-game conference season ... also played baseball and signed a professional contract with the Cleveland Indians upon graduation ... played in the major leagues for six years, with the Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox ... left baseball with a .236 lifetime average.
6-2, Forward
Fort Myer, Va.
Played: 1929-32

Gene Shue #25
All-America: 1953 • 1954

Terps' first high profile basketball star ... earned Converse and Helms Foundation All-America honors as a senior, while averaging 21.8 points a game ... scored 654 points in 1953 ... scored 40 points against Wake Forest in the 1953 Southern Conference tournament and selected as the tournament MVP ... school record-holder in career scoring until 1974 ... was the third overall player selected in the 1954 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia Warriors ... was All-Pro twice and a five-time NBA All-Star during his 10-year NBA career with the Warriors, New York Knickerbockers, Ft. Wayne/Detroit Pistons and Baltimore Bullets ... enjoyed a successful career as a head coach in the NBA with the Washington Bullets, Philadelphia 76ers, San Diego and Los Angeles Clippers ... was twice named as the NBA Coach of the Year ... was general manager of the Philadelphia 76ers.
6-2, Forward
Baltimore, Md.
Played: 1952-54

Shue's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1951-52 21 -- -- -- -- -- -- 224-10.6
1952-53 23 176-375 .469 156-223 .700 -- -- 508-22.1
1953-54 30 237-469 .505 180-228 .789 -- -- 654-21.8
Career 74 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1386-18.7

Tom McMillen #54
All-America: 1972 • 1973 • 1974

Averaged 20.5 points and 9.8 rebounds during his three-year career ... was selected as a three-time All-American and a three-time Academic All-American ... one of only three Terps to average more than 20 points per game in successive seasons and is one of two players in school history with a career scoring average over 20 points per game ... led Maryland to the 1972 National Invitation Tournament championship, earning tournament MVP honors ... earned a silver medal for the United States in the 1972 Olympic Games ... played in the NBA for 11 seasons with Buffalo, Atlanta, New York and Washington ... put his professional basketball career on hold one year directly out of college in order to fulfill his Rhodes Scholarship obligations by studying for a year at Oxford ... was elected to the U.S. Congress from Maryland's 4th district in 1986 ... served as Co-Chair of the President's Commission on Physical Fitness.
6-11, Forward
Mansfield, Pa.
Played: 1972-74

McMillen's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1971-72 32 235-428 .549 197-241 .817 33 306-9.6 667-20.8
1972-73 29 250-427 .585 116-145 .800 28 284-9.8 616-21.2
1973-74 27 214-404 .530 96-126 .762 41 269-10.0 524-19.4
Career 88 699-1259 .555 409-512 .799 102 859-9.8 1807-20.5

Len Elmore #41
All-America: 1974

The best rebounder in Maryland history and one of the nation's best ever ... rebounding prowess earned a spot on most 1974 All-America squads along with offensive-minded teammates Tom McMillen and John Lucas ... only player in Maryland history with more than 1,000 career rebounds (1,053) ... 412 rebounds and 14.7 average in 1974 are school records ... career rebounding average of 12.2 rebounds a game is also the Maryland record ... three-time All-ACC selection ... Maryland MVP in 1973 and its Outstanding Senior in 1974 ... drafted in the first round of the 1974 NBA Draft by the Washington Bullets, but chose to sign with the Indiana Pacers of the American Basketball Association ... spent 10 seasons in the NBA and ABA with the Pacers, Kansas City Kings, Milwaukee Bucks, New Jersey Nets and New York Knicks ... upon leaving professional basketball, enrolled in Harvard Law school and graduated in 1987 ... the first former pro basketball player to graduate from the prestigious law school.
6-9, Center
Springfield
Gardens, N.Y.
Played: 1972-74

Elmore's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1971-72 32 126-273 .462 95-126 .754 37 351-11.0 347-10.8
1972-73 26 112-239 .469 37-61 .607 35 290-11.2 261-10.0
1973-74 28 170-324 .525 69-91 .758 48 412-14.7 409-14.6
Career 86 408-836 .488 201-278 .723 120 1053-12.2 1017-11.8

John Lucas #15
All-America: 1974 • 1975

Three-time All-America selection who is considered by many as the greatest guard in the history of the Terps' program ... first Maryland player to earn first team All-ACC honors in three straight seasons ... the No. 5 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,015 points ... No. 4 on the school's all-time assists list ... the Terps finished ranked No. 8 (1973), No. 4 (1974), and No. 5 (1975) in the final Associated Press polls with Lucas as their point guard ... was also a collegiate All-American in tennis, a sport in which he was a two-time ACC singles champion and earned that same honor in doubles play ... No. 1 selection in the 1976 NBA college draft ... played 14 seasons in the NBA with the Rockets, Golden State Warriors, Washington Bullets, San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle SuperSonics ... after his playing days ended, he was the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs and Philadelphia 76ers, and was named as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2001.
6-4, Guard
Durham, N.C.
Played: 1973-76

Lucas' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1972-73 30 190-353 .538 45-64 .703 178 83-2.8 425-14.2
1973-74 28 253-495 .511 58-77 .753 159 82-2.9 564-20.1
1974-75 24 186-339 .549 97-116 .836 91 100-4.2 469-19.5
1975-76 28 233-456 .511 91-117 .778 86 109-3.9 557-19.9
Career 110 862-1643 .518 291-374 .778 514 374-3.4 2015-18.3

Albert King #55
All-America: 1980 • 1981

One of the most prolific scorers in school history, King is one of only a handful of players to average in double figures during each of his four seasons ... ranks as the No. 3 all-time Maryland scorer with 2,058 career points ... his career scoring average of 17.4 points per game is the sixth-best in school history ... 38 points vs. Clemson in 1980 is a Maryland record in ACC Tournament games ... shared the 1981 team MVP Award with Buck Williams after winning the award outright in 1980 ... was the ACC Player of the Year in 1980 and a first team All-ACC selection again in 1981 ... came to Maryland regarded as the nation's top high school recruit, having averaged 38.6 points and 22 rebounds as a high school senior ... picked in the first round, the 10th selection overall, of the 1981 NBA college draft by the New Jersey Nets ... spent nine NBA seasons with the Nets, 76ers, San Antonio Spurs and Washington Bullets ... his brother, Bernard, is also a former NBA star and league scoring champion.
6-7, Forward
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Played: 1978-81

King's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1977-78 28 164-327 .502 53-82 .646 64 187-6.7 381-13.6
1978-79 28 191-387 .494 62-81 .765 62 144-5.1 444-15.9
1979-80 31 275-497 .553 124-151 .821 86 207-6.7 674-21.7
1980-81 31 232-462 .502 95-117 .812 92 177-5.7 559-18.0
Career 118 862-1673 .515 334-431 .766 304 715-6.1 2058-17.4

Buck Williams #52
All-America: 1981

An outstanding scorer and extraordinary rebounder, Williams earned All-America honors following his junior season ... entered the NBA following his junior season ... averaged 15.6 points and 11.7 rebounds a game as a junior ... he is the No. 4 rebounder in Maryland history with 928 career rebounds ... career average of 10.9 rebounds a game is second-best in school history ... averaged double-figure scoring in each of his three seasons while registering the school's best-ever career field goal shooting percentage - 61.5 percent ... led the ACC in rebounding as a freshman in 1978-79, was third in 1979-80 and second during the 1980-81 season ... a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic team that did not compete in the Moscow Olympic Games ... applied for a hardship waiver into the NBA college draft in 1981 and was selected as the No. 3 player overall by the New Jersey Nets ... named as the NBA Rookie of the Year in 1982 ... played 18 seasons in the NBA with the Nets, Portland Trail Blazers and the New York Knicks.
6-8, Center/Forward
Rocky Mount, N.C.
Played: 1977-81

Williams' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1978-79 30 120-206 .583 60-109 .550 18 323-10.8 300-10.0
1979-80 24 143-236 .606 85-128 .664 27 242-10.1 371-15.5
1980-81 31 183-283 .647 116-182 .637 31 363-11.7 482-15.5
Career 85 446-725 .615 261-419 .623 76 928-10.9 1153-13.6

Ernie Graham #25

 

A multi-dimensional player who could do it all, Graham finished 3rd in school history in assists and led the team in steals as a senior, in addition to finishing 4th all-time in scoring...He was an important piece of Maryland's rise to becoming a player on the national scene in the late 1970s and early `80s, leading the Terps to the postseason each of his final three seasons...As just a sophomore in 1978, Graham demonstrated his ability to be a prolific scorer when he set a single-game school record with 44 points against NC State, a mark that still stands as of 2014...A year later, Graham averaged more than 15 points a game, totaled 136 assists, 230 rebounds and 43 steals to lead Maryland to a first-place finish in the ACC regular-season standings and a trip to the NCAA Sweet 16...He was selected in the third round of the 1981 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers

 

6-7, Forward
Baltimore, Md.
Played: 1977-81


Graham's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1977-78 26 74-140 .521 20-42 .690 28 80-3.1 177-6.4
1978-79 30 222-454 .489 55-73 .753 62 86-2.9 499-16.6
1979-80 31 202-403 .501 79-120 .658 136 230-7.4 483-15.6
1980-81 31 188-366 .514 72-99 .727 120 176-5.7 448-14.5
Career 118 686-1363 .503 235-334 .704 346 572-4.8 1607-13.6

Len Bias #34
All-America: 1985 • 1986

Unanimous choice on almost every All-America squad following his senior season ... he was a third-team All-America selection in 1985, as a junior ... only Terp ever to be named the ACC Player of the Year twice (in 1985 and 1986) ... Bias is the Terps' second all-time leading scorer with 2,149 career points ... he holds two of the school's top four single-season marks ... led the ACC in scoring two straight years ... his best scoring performance, 41 points at Duke in 1986, ranks as the third-best single-game performance in school history and is the top performance by a Terp in a road game ... is No. 9 on the Maryland career rebounding list with 745 total rebounds ... is No. 9 on the school's career shot-blocked list with 87 ... he was the No. 2 pick overall in the 1986 National Basketball Association college draft, taken by the Boston Celtics.
6-8, Forward
Landover, Md.
Played: 1983-86

Bias' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1982-83 30 86-180 .478 42-66 .636 22 125-4.2 217-7.2
1983-84 32 211-372 .567 66-86 .767 48 145-4.5 488-15.2
1984-85 37 274-519 .528 153-197 .777 65 251-6.8 701-18.9
1985-86 32 267-491 .544 209-242 .864 33 224-7.0 743-23.2
Career 131 838-1,562 .536 470-591 .795 168 745-5.7 2149-16.4

Walt Williams #42
All-America: 1992

One of the most versatile players in the history of the program ... played for the Terps for four seasons despite the opportunity to turn professional early, or transfer to another school because of the Terps' NCAA sanctions ... his loyalty to Maryland was one of the key reasons why Maryland was able to field competitive teams during that period ... broke season records with 776 points and a 26.8 average as a senior ... recorded a nation's best seven-game streak of 30 points or more as a senior ... finalist for the Wooden and Naismith Player of the Year awards as a senior ... closed his career as the school's No. 11 all-time scorer with 1,704 points ... totaled 11 games with 30 or more points during his senior season and had 14 such games during his career ... scored a career-high of 39 points versus Wake Forest in 1992 ... drafted by the Sacramento Kings in the first round of the NBA college draft, the 7th pick overall ... has played for Miami, Toronto, Portland, Houston and Dallas in the NBA.
6-8, Forward/Guard
Temple Hills, Md.
Played: 1989-92

Williams' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1988-89 26 75-170 .441 33-53 .623 66 92-3.5 190-7.3
1989-90 33 143-296 .483 104-134 .776 149 138-4.2 420-12.7
1990-91 17 109-243 .449 72-86 .837 91 86-5.1 318-18.7

Joe Smith #32
All-America: 1994 • 1995

The consensus selection as the 1995 National Collegiate Player of the Year ... earned six National Player of the Year selections overall ... was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and UPI third team All-American as a freshman ... he became one of only three sophomores in the history of the conference to earn player of the year honors, joining only NC State's David Thompson and Virginia's Ralph Sampson ... an All-ACC first-team selection in both his freshman and sophomore seasons ... averaged 20.8 points and 10.7 rebounds as a sophomore ... averaged 20.1 points and 10.7 rebounds for his 64-game career -- he is one of only five players in school history to average a double/double for his entire career ... the No. 1 overall selection in the 1995 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors ... currently a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
6-10, Forward/Center
Norfolk, Va.
Played: 1994-95

Smith's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1993-94 30 206-395 .522 168-229 .734 25 321-10.7 582-19.4
1994-95 34 245-424 .578 209-282 .741 40 362-10.7 708-20.8
Career 64 451-819 .550 377-511 .737 65 683-10.7 1290-20.1

Keith Booth #22
All-America: 1997

AP third team All-America selection and a consensus first-team selection his senior season, 1997 ... received two votes in the ACC Player-of-the Year voting - the only player besides Wake Forest's Tim Duncan to receive voting consideration ... a four-time All-ACC honoree, he earned first team honors as a senior, third team as a junior, and honorable mention designation during his freshman and sophomore seasons ... played on four NCAA Tournament teams ... school's record holder with 576 career free throws ... grabbed a career-high and school-record 213 free throws made as a senior ... a first round selection of the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA Draft ... became only the second player in school history to play for an NBA World Championship team as the Bulls won the 1998 NBA championship.
6-6, Forward
Baltimore, Md.
Played: 1994-97

Booth's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1993-94 30 113-249 .454 87-149 .584 65 183-6.1 324-10.8
1994-95 34 126-277 .455 114-164 .695 76 247-7.3 369-10.9
1995-96 30 145-328 .442 162-214 .757 73 233-7.8 459-15.3
1996-97 32 205-437 .469 213-297 .717 82 253-7.9 624-19.5
Career 126 589-1,291 .456 576-824 .699 296 916-7.3 1776-14.1

Johnny Rhodes #15

 

Rhodes is perhaps the best defensive player ever at Maryland, still holding the ACC mark for steals in a career with 344 as of 2014...The shooting guard from Washington, D.C., also finished first on the school's 3-pointers list (186), sixth in points (1,743) and sixth in assists (437)...In each of his four seasons (1992-96), Rhodes led the team in steals and tallied at least 90 assists, all while averaging 14.3 points per game...He was a three-time All-ACC selection and helped Maryland make three NCAA Tournament appearances, including two trips to the Sweet 16...As a junior, Rhodes helped lead the Terps to a Top-10 final Associated Press Poll ranking, their first since 1980...He led Maryland back to the NCAA Tournament again as a senior, leaving a foundation of success that future teams built upon as the Terps reached the NCAAs 11 straight years from 1994 to 2004.

 
6-4, Guard
Washington, D.C.
Played: 1992-96

Rhodes' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST STL REB PTS-Avg.
1992-93 28 149-355 .420 35-66 .530 91 71 145-5.2 392-14.0
1993-94 30 148-353 .419 38-61 .623 122 75 203-6.8 374-12.5
1994-95 34 190-361 .526 50-72 .694 124 80 172-5.1 475-14.0
1995-96 30 197-412 .478 66-116 .569 98 109 177-5.9 502-16.7
Career 122 684-1481 .462 189-315 .600 435 335 697-5.7 1743-14.3

Steve Francis #23
All-America: 1999

A second team All-America selection following his outstanding junior season at Maryland ... All-ACC first team and ACC All-Tournament first team selection ... finished fourth in the balloting for ACC Player of the Year in 1999 ... named the Division I newcomer of the year and a first team All-American by Sports Illustrated ... finalist for the Naismith and Wooden awards as the collegiate player of the year ... All-America second-team by Eastern Basketball ... All-ACC defensive team by the ACC coaches ... earned Most Valuable Player honors at the BB&T Classic in Washington, D.C., as he helped lead Maryland past No. 5 Stanford and NIT participant DePaul ... selected to the all-tournament team at the Puerto Rico Shootout ... selected by the Vancouver Grizzlies as the second overall pick in the first round of the 1999 NBA Draft and later traded to the Houston Rockets ... named NBA Co-Rookie of the Year in 2000 and voted to the NBA All-Star Game in 2002.
6-3, Guard
Takoma Park, Md.
Played: 1999

Francis' Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1998-99 34 205-392 .523 124-157 .790 152 154-4.5 579-17.0

Juan Dixon #3
All-America: 2001 • 2002

Led Terps in scoring and steals in three straight seasons, and led Maryland to its first NCAA title ... consensus All-American as a senior, earning ACC Player of the Year and NCAA Final Four MVP honors in 2002 ... led Maryland to consecutive Final Four appearances, and became UM's all-time scoring champ with 2,269 points ... third in voting for the 2002 Wooden Award ... winner of the Chip Hilton Award and Senior CLASS Award ... only Terp besides John Lucas to be named first team All-ACC in three straight seasons ... ended college career as the only player in NCAA history with 2,000 points, 300 steals and 200 three-pointers ... 9th in NCAA Tournament history in scoring for a career (294) and single tournament (155 in 2002) ... the winningest Terp ever with 110 victories, and never fouled out in 141 career games ... second in Maryland and ACC history, and 12th in NCAA history, with 333 career steals ... scored in double digits in 54 straight games to end his career, the second longest streak in Terp history ... joined Lonny Baxter to become the highest-scoring tandem (4,127 points) in NCAA history to win a national championship ... selected 17th overall by the Washington Wizards in the 2002 NBA draft.
6-3, Guard
Baltimore, Md.
Played: 1999-2002

Dixon's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1998-99 34 85-192 .443 44-53 .830 47 88-2.6 250-7.4
1999-00 35 234-506 .462 113-143 .790 127 192-5.5 630-18.0
2000-01 34 235-508 .463 128-148 .865 93 158-4.6 684-20.1
2001-02 36 251-535 .469 141-157 .898 104 166-4.6 735-20.4
Career 141 802-1713 .468 426-501 .850 371 599-4.2 2269-16.1

Lonny Baxter #35
All-America: 2002

A powerful bruiser with excellent hands and touch around the basket helped him become just the 10th player in NCAA history to earn NCAA Regional MVP honors in consecutive seasons ... member of the Wooden Award All-America Team in 2002 while helping lead the Terps to their first national championship ... guided Maryland to Final Four appearances in 2001 and 2002 ... shares the Maryland record for most starts in a career in the NCAA tournament (16) ... finished his career as Maryland's second-leading rebounder and sixth-leading scorer of all-time ... two rebounds shy of becoming the second player in school history with 1,000 rebounds ... two rebounds shy of becoming the first player in Maryland history with 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds ... three-time All-ACC recipient, earning first team honors in 2000, and second team accolades as a junior and senior ... combined with Juan Dixon to be the highest-scoring tandem (4,127 points) in NCAA history to win a national championship ... with Dixon, joined Len Elmore and Tom McMillen (1974) as the only other pair of first team All-Americans on the same team in Maryland history ... selected with the 44th pick of the 2002 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls.
6-8, Forward/Center
Silver Spring, Md.
Played: 1999-2002

Baxter's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1998-99 32 82-137 .599 51-89 .573 18 116-3.6 217-6.8
1999-00 35 218-409 .533 111-187 .594 31 308-8.8 547-15.6
2000-01 36 219-387 .566 122-206 .592 19 286-7.9 561-15.6
2001-02 35 193-354 .545 147-236 .623 28 288-8.2 533-15.2
Career 138 712-1287 .553 431-718 .600 96 998-7.2 1858-13.5

Steve Blake #25

Elite playmaker who started for the Terps for four years at point guard and finished his career as Maryland's all-time leader in assists, games started and minutes played ... finished his career fifth on the NCAA's all-time assists chart with 972 and fourth in ACC career assists behind Bobby Hurley (1,076), Chris Corchiani (1,038) and Ed Cota (1,030) ... AP Honorable Mention All-America selection and first team All-ACC choice as a senior ... a semifinalist for the Wooden Award and Naismith National Player of the Year Award ... led the ACC in assists as a sophomore, junior and senior ... the only player in ACC history with 1,000 points, 800 assists, 400 rebounds and 200 steals ... joined UNC's Ed Cota as just the second player in ACC history with 1,000 points, 800 assists and 400 rebounds ... played every game of his four-year career which included three Sweet Sixteen appearances, two trips to the Final Four, a national title and 15 NCAA Tournament games ... Maryland was 103-35 with Blake as its point guard overall, 13-3 in the NCAA Tournament ... contributed in 51 career ACC victories ... 4,312 minutes played more than any player in Maryland history ... selected in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards.
6-3, Guard
Miami Lakes, Fla.
Played: 2000-03

Blake's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
1999-00 35 86-211 .408 35-51 .686 217 106-3.0 244-7.0   
2000-01 36 83-208 .399 45-63 .714 248 108-3.0 248-6.9
2001-02 36 91-238 .382 61-74 .824 286 137-3.8 287-8.0
2002-03  31 114-275 .415 68-83 .819 221 114-3.7 360-11.6  
TOTAL 138 374-932 .401 209-271 .771 973 465-3.4 1139-8.3
                 

Greivis Vasquez #25

All-American: 2010


 

Vasquez ended his career at Maryland as the school's second-leading scorer with 2,171 points...Arguably the most versatile player ever at Maryland, Vasquez is the only player in Atlantic Coast Conference history with 2,000 points, 700 assists and 600 rebounds as of 2011...Voted the ACC Player of the Year in 2010, Vasquez also was honored as a senior with the Bob Cousy Award, symbolizing the top collegiate point guard in the nation...He was a consensus second team All-American in voting by numerous panels before being selected by Memphis with the 28th pick in the first round of the 2010 NBA Draft...Vasquez will forever be remembered for his passion and spirit during his playing days at Maryland, thrilling fans with the Greivis "shimmy" after scoring big buckets.

 
6-6, Guard
Caracas, Venezuela
Played: 2006-10

Vasquez's Career Statistics
YEAR GP FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. AST REB PTS-Avg.
2006-07 34 114-257 .444 75-94 .798 157 112-3.3 334-9.8  
2007-08 34 199-461 .432 115-147 .782 231 193-5.7 577-17.0
2008-09 35 218-538 .405 111-128 .867 176 189-5.4 613-17.5
2009-10 35 220-513 .429 138-161 .857 208 153-4.6 647-19.6  
TOTAL 136 751-1769 .425 439-530 .828 772 647-4.8 2171-16.0
 


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