It’s time to show some appreciation in this week’s #WNSTSweet16

February 18, 2014 | Glenn Clark

9. Evers Burns

The timing of Evers Burns’ career is as important as it is that he was one of the Top 25 scorers and rebounders in Maryland history. Burns was one of the first key players to come to Maryland after Gary Williams arrived and signed up despite the school facing TV and postseason bans.

Moreover, while Keith Booth is recognized as the most noteworthy Baltimore player in the post-Bob Wade era; Burns deserves recognition for going from Baltimore to Maryland and eventually to being selected in the NBA Draft.

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