Ayedze has established himself as a stalwart along the Terps' offensive line, just years after picking up football at Germantown's Northwest High School.
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The Terps are 5-3 with a daunting schedule remaining as the likelihood of improving on last year’s eight-win season dwindles.
The Terps dropped their third consecutive game after starting the season 5-0.
Glaze has been the veteran to keep the cohesion between the front five flowing and is the lone Terp to record a start at left tackle.
Safety Brandon Jacob shut down his recruitment last week, reaffirming his loyalty to the Terps despite other schools attempting to flip the four-star recruit.
The Terps are benefitting from Donnell Brown as a pass rusher, starters are returning from injuries and sign stealing allegations against Michigan could impact preparation.
Sumlin pleaded not guilty after his arrest early Saturday morning.
In this week's newsletter: Maryland basketball's media days, how a Maryland football wide receiver got to College Park and a first look at baseball’s reshaped roster.
Felton committed to the Terps one month after tearing his ACL in high school. After two seasons of sitting behind more experienced players, he's established himself as one of the team's best receivers.