The Terps won their first bowl game since 2010 in Mike Locksley's third year at the helm.
After not competing in a bowl game since 2016, the Terps returned to the postseason in a big way at the Pinstripe Bowl.
The Terps played their most complete game of the season, thanks to contributions from the offense, defense and special teams.
The Terps thoroughly dispatched the Hokies, earning their first bowl victory since 2010.
E.J. Donahue and Gus Little will each receive $200,000.
Demus chose to forgo the 2022 NFL Draft and will return to the Terps after his senior year was cut short by a knee injury.
The Terps added key recruits from in-state including Jaishawn Barham, Andre Roy Jr. and Octavian Smith Jr.
Okonkwo will play in his final game for the Terps on Dec. 29 at the Pinstripe Bowl.
Since qualifying for their first bowl since 2016, the Terps have lost some contributors to the transfer portal.