First impressions to even novice fans seem to have some extra meaning. Two years ago I ventured to Calvert Hall on Super Bowl Sunday to watch Braxton Dupree, who had just committed to Maryland. At that time the jury was out on Braxton. He had been injured I believe and was not at 100%. A good kid but one who needed more seasoning to prepare for the ACC. On the other hand the second I watched Sean Mosley, I knew he had the stuff to become a great Terrapin. His first year certainly proved that was so. This past winter, I went to Montrose to watch Terrence Ross who was then being recruited by Maryland. INSTANTLY, anyone can tell that this kid is special.Back to Calvert Hall, so I am watching Braxton and I begin to notice Ernie Graham’s son, Jonathan,, then just in the 9th grade. The kid had nice inside moves, was obviously very young, but he stood strong in the battle. It is Ernie’s dream for the kid to be a Terp. Though I haven’t seen him in the past year , the reports I read in terrapintimes.com are very positive. I believe Jonathan would prefer Maryland over other offers he receives. as he has been a regular attendee at Terrapin games for years. I sure hope Coach Williams believes he is worthy of one of the precious basketball scholarships. Something just seems right about seeing Jonathan Graham at Comcast.