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Author John Feinstein, in a segment that aired on CSN's SportsNet Central on Tuesday evening, called for Maryland guard Melo Trimble to pull his name out of the NBA Draft and return to the Terrapins for his junior season.
Among other things, Feinstein said the following:
"Why not go back to college, improve on your game, which needed improvement this season? He went backwards. He needs to lose a little weight, he needs to get healthy -- which he clearly wasn't at the end of last season -- and he needs to show people again that he can be the player he was as a freshman.
"If he does all those things next year, he'll almost certainly be a first-round draft pick as he would have been a year ago had he come out. Do the smart thing, Melo. Stay in school. I don't always say that, but in this case I'm saying it."
Now, the notion that Trimble would have been a lock to be a first-round draft pick after his freshman season -- which Feinstein alludes to -- is a stretch at best.
But otherwise, the case he builds is the standard one for those arguing in favor of a return to school.
Trimble has until a minute before midnight (11:59 p.m. Eastern) on Wednesday, May 25 to make his decision official.