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Topic - Lee Hull
A modest crowd, hardly huge but still noticeable, congregated around Maryland freshman Stefon Diggs just hours before the wide receiver would go through his first college practice.
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull isn't the sort to point out external criticism and doubt to his players.
First-year Maryland head coach Randy Edsall was in the unusual position on Wednesday of announcing a recruiting class that was cultivated by his predecessor.
"Yeah, there's a lot of hype about the kid," Hull said. "I think the fans should not expect a lot [immediately] from the kid and let the kid develop and don't put too much pressure on the kid to be the savior because we have other guys who can hold down the fort until he's ready. When he's ready, we'll unleash him."
"There's a little bit of undue pressure on the kid, but obviously that's our job to take that pressure off him and make sure we put him in position to be successful," wide receivers coach Lee Hull said. "It's up to me to find out what he can do and what he can't do, and the stuff he can do, let's early on get him the ball that way."