Lineman Mazyck won't enroll at Maryland

Terps bulked up on offensive linemen on last signing day

May 07, 2014|By Jeff Barker | The Baltimore Sun

Maryland bulked up on offensive linemen during the last recruiting period, but one of its targets won’t be attending school in the fall.

Larry Mazyck, a junior college transfer, did not meet necessary academic standards and won’t be enrolling, according to multiple sources.

Mazyck is listed at 6 feet 8 inches and 340 pounds. He attended Washington’s Friendship Collegiate and, later, Iowa Western Community College.

Maryland’s incoming class includes top offensive line target Damian Prince (Bishop McNamara). Offensive line had been considered a position of need.

Other linemen in the group are Sean Christie from Medford, N.Y., Brendan Moore of Austin, Texas and Derwin Gray from Washington. Gray was recruited last year but attended prep school before enrolling at Maryland for the spring semester.

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