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Deffered adjudication means if you are successful you do not have a conviction. Suspended sentence means you are convicted but the sentence is suspended.
There is no average sentence by law. It would depend on the court and prosecutor you are dealing with and what they are likely to order in your situation. So you really need a criminal attorney in that county to tell you what to expect in that specific jurisdiction. With no priors you are very likely to get just probation or even deferred ajudication.