Found May 21, 2012 on SCACC Hoops:

University of Albany shooting guard Logan Aronhalt has transferred to the Maryland.  He's entering as a grad student and thus will be eligible right away.  Aronhalt is sharpshooter who has consistently hit 35% of his threes the last two seasons. 

He's 6'3" and will definitely help with scoring. The Terps desperately need proven scorers in the wake of Stoglin's departure. Logan averaged nearly 15 points per game and close to 14ppg last season.  He's also a decent rebounder.

It's conceivable that Turgeon starts Aronhalt alongside Faust and Howard in a three guard set.  At nearly 6'7" and a giant wingspan, Faust can guard most small forwards.

With only one year of eligibility remaining, Aronhalt is a stop gap until Turgeon is able to bring in his 2013 recruits.  Hopefully, the Harrisons will be in that class.  If not, there are a host of other guards, like Rysheed Jordan, who would like great in a Terp uniform.

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Evaluating Logan Aronhalt to Maryland

Maryland Terrapin fans were delivered a bit of a shock when Terrell Stoglin opted for the NBA in the final moments of underclassmen declarations. It turned out that he'd been suspended for the year, so he really had little choice. Couple this with Pe'Shon Howard's knee surgery, Sean Mosley's graduation and the transfer of Mychal Parker, and depth on Maryland'...
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