ARLINGTON, Va. -- Bishop O'Connell (Arlington, Va.) four-star point guard Romelo Trimble has waited a long time to sign his letter of intent, and on Friday the wait was finally over.
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound point guard was head coach Mark Turgeon's first verbal in the 2014 class, and Trimble could not be more excited for his future in College Park.
Trimble caught up with Terrapin Times after signing his letter of intent to talk about the Terps, his relationship with coach Turgeon and the team, his development as a player, and much more, in the video below.
Trimble Makes It Official
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