On April 1, the MLB Network announced their top 100 players currently in Major League Baseball.
The Terps managed to take one game off of No. 19 Dallas Baptist in their weekend series.
The Terps' former ace is the highest draft pick from Maryland baseball since Brandon Lowe in 2015.
The Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism hosted the two players and ESPN reporter Tim Kurkjian on Tuesday night.
For Lowe, it all started as a Terp.
The two became the first two former Terps to ever face off against each other in the World Series.
Lowe started off the game with a home run in the 1st inning and followed it up with a 5th inning blast.
The all-star became the first former Terp since 1942 to hit a home run in the World Series.
Three former Terps have seen game action in the 2020 MLB season.
The former Terp had a standout yet injury-plagued first full season.