HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- Maryland senior running back pledge Lorenzo Harrison was the first cog in the hometown movement. Before DeMatha's (Hyattsville, Md.) final summer workout leading into August camp season, the diminutive back went on camera with TT to discuss who he's recruiting, the status of teammate and Terps target Tino Ellis, his relationship with the UMD staff, his thoughts on the current 2016 class, his goals for this year and more. See what Harrison had to say in the video below:
Harrison Talks Movement, Terps, Season
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