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C.J. Brown Injury: Perry Hills Takes Over As Terps Starting Quarterback

The ideal situation for the Maryland Terrapins football team probably didn't feature a freshman quarterback behind center for its season opener, but that's just what's going to happen. After receiving news that starting quarterback C.J. Brown will miss the season with a torn ACL, head coach Randy Edsall announced Wednesday freshman Perry Hills will more than likely be the Terps' No. 1 guy.

Hills, a 6-foot-3, 205 pound, three-star prospect out of Pittsburgh, Pa., recently earned Maryland's No. 2 spot, as he has outperformed fellow freshman Caleb Rowel so far in training camp.

"We were able to get a great evaluation in, and right now Perry is the number two guy," Edsall said earlier in the week to Maryland reporters. "He’s a little ahead of Caleb right now. You probably saw today, there were some different combinations out there with the first, second and third teams based on the first eight practices. . . .

For those want to see tape on the Terps' new signal-caller, here's some tape for his high school season.

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