Another former starting college football quarterback has entered his name into the transfer portal.
According to college football reporter Matt Zenitz, Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill entered his name into the portal and is considering a transfer from the Terrapins.
Hill started the 2018 season as Maryland’s starting quarterback and ran the Terrapins offense until he suffered a torn ACL in the team’s loss to Indiana in mid-November.
It was the second-straight season Hill suffered a season-ending torn ACL.
Now it appears he’s on the way out.
Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill has entered the NCAA transfer portal, per source. Started the first 10 games last season before suffering a season-ending knee injury
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) February 8, 2019
Former Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley took over as the team’s new head coach after the school fired former head coach DJ Durkin.
Locksley and company had limited time to bring in their recruiting class. The end result was the third-worst recruiting class in the Big Ten – though the team did land a big time commitment from four-star quarterback Lance LeGendre from Louisiana.
Hill was one of the top quarterback from the 2017 class before making his appearance for the Terrapins as a true freshman The former four-star quarterback was the No. 10 pro-style passer in the class and the No. 2 player from the District of Columbia.
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