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Former Maryland football WR Marcus Leak signs UDFA deal with Colts

Good morning. Welcome to the Maryland Minute for Thursday, May 5.

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Marcus Leak left the Maryland football program in May 2015, when he looked to be the team's No. 1 receiver following the departures of Stefon Diggs and Deon Long to the NFL. After not playing for a season, Leak signed with the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.

Former Maryland WR signs undrafted deal with Indianapolis Colts | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Marcus Leak left Maryland in 2015, but he still has a chance to make the NFL.

Maryland football offers 3-star 2017 TE Travis Koontz, who wants to visit College Park - Testudo Times
The Terps offer a scholarship to a tight end from DJ Durkin's hometown.

Maryland lacrosse

Six Maryland women's lacrosse players unaninmously named All-Big Ten - Testudo Times
The top-ranked, undefeated and Big Ten Champion Terps were tied with Penn State for the most players selected to the All-Conference team.

Maryland men's lacrosse sets program and conference record with seven All-Big Ten selections - Testudo Times
The Terps broke the Maryland record for most players selected to the All-Conference team and the Big Ten record for most players selected from one school.

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