His status for the beginning of the 2007 season is unknown at this time.
Maxwell was working out on his own at Clemson with some of
his teammates when he suffered the injury.
The 6-1 native of North Charleston, SC and Fort Dorchester
High School did not play during the 2006, sitting out the season as a
red-shirt. He suffered a torn ACL of his left knee during his senior
year of high school.
Maxwell was listed as the No. 20 cornerback prospect in the country by Scout.com. He had 19 passes broken up
and five interceptions as a junior in high school.
Maxwell Suffers Torn ACL
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