Terps add two players, lose two COLLEGE FOOTBALL

August 09, 1993|By Paul McMullen

Maryland's incoming freshman football class included two late additions, but two players who signed letters of intent with the Terps last February are rehabilitating knee injuries and won't enroll in school until the spring semester.

Geroy Simon of Johnstown, Pa., and Andreal Johnson of Pahokee, Fla., are wide receiver-defensive back candidates who didn't meet the requirements for freshman eligibility until this summer. Simon, who is also a track and field standout, played in the Big 33 game for Pennsylvania against Ohio.

"Both have real good speed, and are very talented players," coach Mark Duffner said yesterday.

Duffner also said that Chaney Milner, a running back from Washington, and Cornelius White, a defensive lineman from Newburgh, N.Y., were rehabilitating knee injuries and would enter Maryland in January.

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