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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Kerry Boykins
Maryland's spring game came and went Saturday before about 2,000 at Byrd Stadium, with a pair of touchdowns (a Brandon Ross run and a pass from Ricky Schultz to Nigel King) and one field goal accounting for all of the conventional scoring.
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull isn't the sort to point out external criticism and doubt to his players.
The only chance for Maryland's football players to make a first impression on Randy Edsall was perhaps the most notable ongoing development of the Terrapins' five weeks of spring practice.
"Just seeing him as a true freshman to now, he's matured so much," wideout Kerry Boykins said.
"He connects as well as anybody," wide receiver Kerry Boykins said.