Denzel Conyers’ senior season for Maryland football ended far too soon when he tore his ACL in the Terps’ third game of the season against UCF. At the time it was unclear whether he would try to get an additional year of eligibility, or if he even wanted one. That isn’t a mystery anymore.
A player needs to have competed not competed in more than 30 percent of his team’s games to get a medical hardship waiver. Conyers only played in three games this season, so that seems to suggest he’ll at least have a shot at getting one.
Conyers kept at it all day on Twitter.
Conyers didn’t register any stats in his first season at Maryland, was a role player last year, then secured a spot as a starting safety this season. He had 11 tackles in three games.
We’ll have more information on this situation if and when it becomes available.
In other news
Maryland got its fourth commitment in three days, this one from junior college linebacker Nick Underwood.
Here’s our weekly update on Maryland alumni in the NFL.
Maryland made the top three for four-star running back Anthony McFarland, who’d be a tremendous addition.
Four-star defensive end Joshua Paschal, a Maryland target, committed to Kentucky this weekend.
Maryland made the top 10 for Youngstown athlete Lynn Bowden, but the Terps don’t appear to have too much of a shot here.
Here’s DJ Durkin with each of Maryland’s graduating seniors: