Look at Maryland grabbing up transfers all of a sudden.
The Terps picked up another athlete this week with the addition of quarterback Ricardo Young. The school announced the addition in a statement.
“It’s nice to add Ricardo to the team,” Randy Edsall said. “I recruited him while I was at UConn, so I’m familiar with him as a person. He’s also a tremendous athlete and football player. We’re glad he’s decided to come back home and be part of the excitement that is building around the program.”
Two days ago, Maryland announced former New Mexico receiver Daniel Adams was joining the team.
Young began his collegiate career at Virginia Tech in 2010, where he redshirted and eventually fell behind starter Logan Thomas in the depth chart. In 2011, Young transferred to New Mexico — current Terps offensive coordinator Mike Locksley was the former coach for the Lobos — before transferring again briefly to Iowa Western C.C.
Due to NCAA transfer rules, Young will have to sit out yet another season and will be eligible to play in 2013 as a redshirt junior.