Freshman center Trayvon Reed will not enroll at Maryland
The University of Maryland’s athletic department has announced that freshman Trayvon Reed will not enroll at Maryland following his arrest this week. On Wednesday, Reed was arrested on four charges; including theft on less than 100 dollars, two counts of second degree assault, and resisting or interfering with an arrest.
In a statement released by the University of Maryland, Terrapins basketball coach Mark Turgeon said the following about Reed,
Trayvon failed to meet the standards that are required by the University of Maryland athletics department.
In the same press release, Trayvon Reed said,
I regret that I was unable to meet the responsibilities that were expected of me from Coach Turgeon and the University of Maryland.
Trayvon Reed would have joined Michal Cekovsky, Jared Nickens, Dion Wiley, and Melo Trimble in the incoming freshman class. The incoming Maryland Terrapins freshman class has been ranked one of the top ten in the NCAA. With Charles Mitchell, Shaquille Cleare, and Seth Allen transferring to different schools, the Terps have some big shoes to fill. The four players left in the 2014 freshman class will have to step up their play in Maryland’s inaugural season in the Big Ten.
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