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Topic - Eric Hayes
Most days after practice, Maryland forward Jake Layman will linger to work with assistants Scott Spinelli and Eric Hayes on getting over screens and on-ball defense. At other times, he'll put up extra shots with teammates.
Eric Hayes grew up in gyms, tagging along with his father, Kendall, to high school basketball practices at Virginia's Potomac High School.
Landon Milbourne leafed through a catalog in the preseason and caught his first glimpse of Maryland's yellow jerseys.
"I came into the locker room, and I was a little upset I wasn't going to play in them," Hayes said. "Hopefully with the way we played tonight, we'll get to wear them again."
Hayes said he would see a doctor today, and both he and coach Gary Williams were optimistic the sophomore would be available when ACC play resumes Saturday at Virginia Tech.