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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.
"One of those guys is going to step up," Hull said of the entire group. "I dont know who it is, and I hope it's not just one guy. I hope they all step up, because that's just going to make us more dangerous if we have three or four guys out there who can make plays. You can't roll your coverage and just key on one guy. All those guys want to be that guy."
"They know what everybody is saying about them," Hull said. "They're a little [expletive], and they've got a lot to prove, and they understand that."