There has been a ton of roster movement at Maryland since the season ended, with five players transferring from the school. And now another player is leaving -- before he even played a game for the Terrapins.
Incoming freshman center Trayvon Reed will not enroll at the school, head coach Mark Turgeon announced on Friday.
“Trayvon failed to meet the standards that are required by the University of Maryland athletics department,” Turgeon said in a release.
“I regret that I was unable to meet the responsibilities that were expected of me from Coach Turgeon and the University of Maryland,” Reed added.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Reed had been arrested Wednesday night in Maryland. He was charged with two counts of second-degree assault, theft under $100 and resisting arrest.
Reed, a 7-foot-1 Georgia native, was ranked No. 76 in the class of 2014 composite at 247Sports. He chose Maryland over Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Alabama and several other schools. Had the big man enrolled at Maryland, he would have been sidelined for the next several weeks with a broken ankle that he suffered in June.
Since the end of the 2013-14 season, Maryland lost guards Seth Allen, Nick Faust and Roddy Peters, along wth frontcourt players Shaquille Cleare and Charles Mitchell.