WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Due to a sprained ankle from playing outfield for his Life Center Academy (Burlington, NJ) high school team, Terps center signee Trayvon Reed had to sit and watch the 41st Capital Classic from the bench. Reed had been wearing a boot since the injury, which happened three weeks ago. Reed talked with TT about the injury and his excitement of getting started at Maryland June 2.
Injured Reed Talks Terps at Classic
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