September 3, 2015 One of Maryland’s top sophomore point guards, D’Angelo Tull saw plenty of experience with St. Mary’s Ryken last season as freshman, and has used that, and his successful summer with Team Takeover to generate some early Division…
September 3, 2015
One of Maryland’s top sophomore point guards, D’Angelo Tull saw plenty of experience with St. Mary’s Ryken last season as freshman, and has used that, and his successful summer with Team Takeover to generate some early Division I and Division II interest.
“I have interest from several schools including Florida A&M University and University of Charleston,” said Tull.
The 5-foot-9 2018 says other schools sending the most mail right now are American University, Pfeiffer University, and Frostburg State University.
“I would say Florida A&M University is most interested right now, I’ve talked to them on the phone. They basically just say they're interested and talk to me about education and stuff like that.”
While running with Team Takeover this offseason, Tull says his leadership abilities shone through the most.
“I saw improvement in my leadership. I tried to help my team out with assists and whatever I could do, defense too, I was a big defensive person with that team. Also just getting my team hyped for the game and getting them mentally ready,” said Tull, who described his game to PHM.
“I like to get my team involved, but also I can dribble and shoot and all that other stuff that comes with the game, and also defense, defense is big to me as you can tell. My hustle is important, also closing out, quickness, going for loose balls — it doesn’t matter I just try to help my team out.”
“I would say I still need to improve my 3-point shooting, and also my leaping ability, obviously I’d like that to be as high as possible. And also strength so I can finish on anybody.”
After spending last season coming off the bench as the sixth-man for the Knights, he says this season his role will be much-increased.
“I will be starting, and I just want to be a leader, get my team together so we can go out there and try to win, that’s basically it,” said Tull. “Also, always be hungry and humble, out work everyone else, and play as a team.”