The next time Maryland takes the field, it appears dynamic running back Lorenzo Harrison will in uniform.
Harrison, who was suspended last month after being arrested in a series of alleged BB gun incidents, tweeted Monday that he’ll be back on the field when the Terrapins play Texas in Austin on Sept. 2, 2017.
Been thru so much in these past two months but with support from my family and God's grace I was able to keep pushin, nothin but love for em
— Lorenzo Harrison III (@lolo_xxiii) December 27, 2016
Harrison, along with fellow Maryland freshmen DJ Turner and Antoine Brooks, was suspended right before the Terrapins played Ohio State on Nov. 13. Harrison and Turner were each then charged with three counts of second-degree assault, three counts of reckless endangerment, and one count of threatening bodily harm. No charges were filed against Brooks, and his suspension was dropped.
Despite missing four games during his suspension, Harrison finished the season second on the Maryland team with 633 rushing yards and first with five rushing touchdowns.
The Terrapins’ season ended Monday when they lost to Boston College 36-30 in the Quick Lane Bowl.