COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland's new backup point guard, Jaylen Brantley, said it's a major difference between junior college and Division I college basketball. He had some adjusting to do upon arriving in College Park, but noted how he's progressed and ready to handle the ball when Melo Trimble needs a breather. He talked about his pass-first mentality, how he likes being at Maryland and more at media day.
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