COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland players Jaylen Brantley and Robert Carter addressed the media Dec. 3 ahead of the Terps' Dec. 4 home game against St. Francis (Pa.). Brantley talked about limiting turnovers and how he's coming along as the backup point behind Melo Trimble. Carter, meanwhile, discussed the team's roadtrip back from UNC and how the squad has to improve. See what Brantley had to say in the video above, and Carter in the video below:
Carter, Brantley Talk Improvement Areas
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