Lindo entered his name into the transfer portal March 30 after an uneven sophomore campaign in which his points and minutes diminished and he struggled to find a consistent role in coach Mark Turgeon’s rotation, even after the departure of twins Makhel and Makhi Mitchell.
A former three-star recruit and Washington native, Lindo appeared in 29 games and made two starts, averaging 1.7 points, 1.9 rebounds and 7.1 minutes. As a freshman, Lindo played in 34 games, averaging 3.5 rebounds and 12.3 minutes a game.
On Tuesday, sophomore forward Jalen Smith (Mount Saint Joseph) announced he would forego his remaining eligibility and declare for the NBA draft, leaving Maryland with two open scholarships. The Terps received a commitment from former Boston College forward Jairus Hamilton as they continue to search for impact players following the departure of Smith and senior point guard Anthony Cowan Jr.