The Terps face No. 12 Indiana on Saturday for their first game in three weeks.
Maryland looks to win its third consecutive game following a two-week hiatus.
The Terps are back on the field and headed to Bloomington, IN after being off two weeks.
Coach Mike Locksley also tested positive for the coronavirus.
Eight Terps have tested positive in the past week.
The junior linebacker leads the Terps in tackles through three games.
The five-star recruit racked up 144 yards and two touchdowns against Penn State on Saturday.
The Terps forced three turnovers and recorded seven sacks against the Nittany Lions.
It's the Terps' first win over the Nittany Lions since 2014.