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Mosley Gives Mom Present, Picks U-Md.

Just got off the phone with Sean Mosley, talking about his decision to accept a scholarship to play basketball at Maryland. The 6-5 swingman said he returned from a visit to Temple this past Sunday and told his father that he was ready to make his choice - in order to give his mother a birthday present to remember.

Cara Mosley, Sean's mom, turned 55 today. The 18-year-old thought it would make for a nice keepsake.

"I liked the whole atmosphere and the campus and I like Gary Williams as a coach," said Mosley, estimating that he has been to about 30 Terps' home games since they started recruiting him. "And the crowd, they come to every game and cheer for Maryland's team, even if they're losing or winning."

Mosley hopes to work on all facets of his game over the next year. In the fall of 2008, he could join Baltimore-area recruits Dino Gregory and Braxton Dupree - set to begin their freshman year in College Park next week - on the Terrapins' roster.

By Josh Barr  | August 15, 2007; 1:58 PM ET
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what do you mean "could," Josh? He WILL be joining Braxton and Dino in the lineup.

Are you even from this area? I don't think I've ever seen one piece from you about Maryland that had a positive tone. Take a look at the Kabongo entry you made a little while ago.

Posted by: Josh Walters | August 15, 2007 2:18 PM | Report abuse

"could" you be a little bit nicer? He's doing his job and reporting, and I don't have a problem with being negative if there's a need to be. Sometimes there is, sometimes there isn't, but I think you need to give him a serious break

Posted by: saywhat | August 16, 2007 4:26 PM | Report abuse

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