The 6-foot-11 center fills the Terps’ last scholarship spot for next season.
The Terps fell to the top-seeded Crimson tide in the second round of the NCAA tournament to bring an end to coach Kevin Willard's inaugural season.
Jahmir Young scored 22 and Hakim Hart notched a career-high eight assists in the Terps' win.
Jahmir Young couldn't get a last-second game-tying three to go as the Terps fell to 3-5 in conference play.
Swanton-Rodger finished the game with four points, three rebounds and a block in the Terps' win over Michigan Thursday and played an important role in filling in off the bench for Julian Reese.
Julian Reese and Pat Emilien both fouled out while Michigan center Hunter Dickinson scored 32 points Sunday.
The Terps fell to their third consecutive loss in a lopsided fashion against the Bruins, suffering their worst ever lost at Xfinity Center.
The victory marked the Terps' 46th consecutive home-opener win in coach Kevin Willard's first game.
Breaking down the Terps' new players ahead of coach Kevin Willard's inaugural season.
The forward and center add to the Terps' frontcourt depth and take up their last two scholarship spots.