Maryland 5-star recruit out with acl

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Maryland football will have to wait a while to get highest-rated recruit on the field. Five-star freshman recruit Terrence Lewis had surgery to repair a torn ACL in his right knee and is out indefinitely, multiple sources familiar with the situation told InsideMDSports.

Lewis, a 6-1, 200-pound linebacker from Miami, was rated the No. 1 inside linebacker and No. 20 player in the country in the 2021 recruiting class and was the highest-rated signee in Maryland's 18th ranked class . He was expected to compete for playing time this season, and the staff is still hopeful he'll see the field, but it will depend on his recovery time. Lewis suffered the torn ACL during his high school career, but continued to play on it and was unaware how serious the injury was until he underwent an examination with Maryland's doctors.
 

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MD seems perpetually cursed in football.
 

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Wish him a speedy recovery, but how does Maryland get a player like that put go Miami.
 

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Maryland has a transfer QB coming in from VMI who is highly regarded...tore his acl in the VMI spring season...unbelievable hex on Terp qbs

"Udinski was in the middle of an impressive season for the Keydets. He was completing a career-best 71.5% of his passes for 1,082 yards and seven touchdowns in the 4-0 start for VMI. In his career, Udinski has thrown for over 7,300 yards and 46 touchdowns."
 

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Maryland has a transfer QB coming in from VMI who is highly regarded...tore his acl in the VMI spring season...unbelievable hex on Terp qbs

"Udinski was in the middle of an impressive season for the Keydets. He was completing a career-best 71.5% of his passes for 1,082 yards and seven touchdowns in the 4-0 start for VMI. In his career, Udinski has thrown for over 7,300 yards and 46 touchdowns."
71.... nice.
 

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Had a coworker who tore his ACL a few times while playing major college football. Was a big time recruit, went to Florida. Never was the same.

I hope for a better outcome for Lewis.
 
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