Four-star, 7-foot-1 center Trayvon Reed will not be allowed to enroll at Maryland after failing to meet athletic department standards, the school announced Friday.
Court records show that Reed was arrested in College Park, Maryland, on Wednesday and charged with two counts of second-degree assault (one of a police officer), as well as theft under $100 and resisting arrest, as first reported by the Baltimore Sun.
Reed was part of a five-man 2014 recruiting class that was ranked No. 10 in the nation by Rivals.com. He was rated the No. 91 player in the country by the recruiting site.
The center broke his ankle in April and was going to be out for 8-to-12 weeks.
In a statement, Reed said, “I regret that I was unable to meet the responsibilities that were expected of me from Coach Turgeon and the University of Maryland."
Reed has a trial date of Sept. 15 in Hyattsville, Maryland.
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The news of Reed not enrolling comes during an offseason that already saw Turgeon and Maryland lose five players to transfer, including Seth Allen and Nick Faust.
- Molly Geary