The Terps had a chance to win it late, but couldn't prevail in a close contest in Evanston.
The Terps secured their first quad one win of the year and a rare road victory over a top-10 ranked opponent.
Scott scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half as the Terps overcame a 12-point halftime deficit.
Julian Reese bounced back from his recent struggles, but the Terps fell to 3-12 on the road under Kevin Willard.
Palmer is the Terps’ first recruit of the 2024 class.
Jahari Long scored a career-high 15 points and made his first start with the Terps in the victory.
Young notched a career-high 37 points on Friday. The Terps are 7-2 when he or Reese score at least 18 this season.
The Terps' 20-point second half lead dwindled to just two late, but Young lifted Maryland to its fourth straight victory.
The Terps came back from a nine-point deficit in the second half to extend their home win streak to 18.
Julian Reese and Jahmir Young have combined to make up 48 percent of the Terps' scoring so far this season.