Maryland football offensive lineman Jordan McNair has been hospitalized following a team workout, the team announced Monday.
The rising sophomore is in critical but stable condition, according to a press release. The school did not disclose what happened to McNair.
“Jordan’s an outstanding young man and a beloved member of our Maryland football family,” coach DJ Durkin said in the release. “We’re continuing to keep Jordan in our thoughts and prayers.”
A Randallstown native, McNair was one of eight four-star recruits in Durkin’s 2017 class. He was ranked as the 29th-best offensive tackle in the country and the seventh-best player in the state in 247Sports’ composite rankings.
McNair saw limited action as a freshman in 2017, playing in one game.
The team said it would provide updates on McNair’s condition “in accordance with the wishes of the family.”
Last week, McNair’s former coach at the McDonogh School, Hakeem Sule, tweeted, “Please keep former Eagle/ current Terp [McNair] and his family in your hearts and prayers tonight.”
Please keep former Eagle/ current Terp @TheRealJMcNair and his family in your hearts and prayers tonight. ????
— Hakeem Sule (@McDCoachSule) May 31, 2018
The school did not specify when McNair was hospitalized.
This is a developing story. It will be updated as more information becomes available.