The Terps exceeded expectations in a 21-12 season that ended in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Terps fell to the top-seeded Crimson tide in the second round of the NCAA tournament to bring an end to coach Kevin Willard's inaugural season.
Reese played a career-high 37 minutes and racked up 17 points, nine rebounds and three assists to go along with three blocks in his first NCAA tournament game.
A tight family bond armed Young to face the disappointment of getting passed up on by his dream school, something that forced him away from home until a new coach prompted his return.
The Hoosiers went on a 20-2 run in the second half that eliminated the Terps at the quarterfinal stage.
The senior dropped 20 points and hit a joint season-high four threes in the Terps' win over Minnesota.
Young garnered second team honors for the Terps.
The Terps lead by as much as 16 but suffered their ninth away defeat in Big Ten play this year in their regular-season finale.
The Terps are 2-8 this year on the road after their loss to Ohio State.
The Terps went undefeated at home in Big Ten play and were 16-1 at Xfinity Center this season.