With two of the schools recruiting him facing each other, Potomac junior Dion Wiley again took the short ride over to
"I wasn't really rooting for anybody. I just thought they both played great defense," said Wiley, adding that the frenzied atmosphere impressed him, though he refrained from storming the court with the students. "It was live."
Wiley’s been a frequent visitor at Maryland in recent months, and has maintained the Terps are in his top three with
"I like to watch games, and it's indicative of my interest. Both," he said. "I'm comfortable there."
Wiley, rated the No. 50 overall prospect and No. 11 shooting guard in the Class of 2014, plans to make a decision sometime before his senior season. Maryland's lone 2014 commit, Romelo Trimble, has been working to convince him that College Park should be his destination.
"I talked to Melo recently. He was telling me 'just come on [and commit],'" Wiley said.
He also got a chance to chat briefly after the game with coach
"He told me they need shooters," Wiley said.