Back in March, the Michigan Wolverines announced that they had lost the services of three of their players including Sophomore Evan Smotrycz.
Now the 6'9'' forward, who averaged 7.7 points and 4.9 rebounds per game last season, appears to have found his new location. CBS' Jeff Goodman posted on twitter early Monday that Evan has given a commitment to the Maryland Terrapins, according to 'sources'.
Maryland gets a commitment from Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz, sources told CBSSports.
Smotrycz was only being used as a spot starter for a very good Michigan team last season, so he went off in search of a better fit. Perhaps he'll find it at Maryland, a team not quite as talented all around as the Wolverines were in the 2012 season.
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