Fifth-year defensive tackle Adam McLean, who recently put his name in the NCAA transfer portal, is no longer a part of the Maryland football team, first-year coach Michael Locksley said Tuesday.
Locksley would not give any reasons for McLean’s departure.
McLean could not be reached for comment.
A heralded four-star recruit who was often credited with starting “The Movement” — a social media campaign to get other local high school stars to stay home and play for the Terps — McLean had an up-and-down career in College Park.
An unspecified NCAA eligibility issue kept McLean, once the No. 1 prospect in Maryland who initially committed to Penn State, from enrolling...