When Damonte Dodd committed to Maryland, the announcement seemed out of the blue. Dodd didn't play on a well-known high school team, and wasn't a big who dominated national AAU events, so it was unknown what to expect from the 6-foot-9 Dodd. However, before embarking on a postgrad year, Dodd spent the summer with the DC Assault program, and it became clear Maryland had found their low-post anchor, a player capable of running the offense from either block. After his year spent refining his game, Dodd spoke with Matt Bracken of the Baltimore Sun and reveals how he thinks he will fit in the Terps' offensive system his freshman year.
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