The Terps will host Mouhamed Diaboute and Derik Queen on visits in the coming weeks. Maryland men's lacrosse also secured three top-50 recruits in the class of 2024.
Saturday's 54-7 loss to Nebraska extends the Terps' losing streak to six games.
"I think this group of seniors stayed together and we led through something pretty tough.”
While Locksley and the Terps are out of bowl contention, they're confident in the future of the program.
“We’ve still got a lot more to prove in the two games left.”
"A student-athlete should have the right to utilize his or her name, image or likeness and be fairly compensated for it.”
In the Terps' past five losses, their opponents have scored on at least their first two attempts.
The Buckeyes took a 42-0 lead into halftime.
Jones played sparingly at Ohio State but has developed into a key piece for the Terps.
“Everything’s not always going to be nice and breezy."