Ruben Hyppolite II, Jaishawn Barham and Fa'Najae Gotay headline what could be a standout unit for the Terps.
The Terps’ finished the season with eight wins, their most since 2010, and notched back-to-back bowl wins for the first time since the 2002 and 2003 campaigns.
The Terps relied on their depth to defeat Northwestern and become bowl eligible after just eight games.
The Terps had 15 players change numbers this offseason and how they'll fill out their five skill players positions.
Only one of the four players who started in last year’s Pinstripe Bowl victory was named a starter when the Terps released their first depth chart of the season.
Since qualifying for their first bowl since 2016, the Terps have lost some contributors to the transfer portal.
The Terps remain banged up at several positions, mostly on defense.
The Terps will turn to their depth as they try to upset the Buckeyes.
The Terps have allowed under 100 rushing yards per game, one of four Big Ten teams to do so.
The Terps reached 3-0 for the first time since 2016 in pulling out a scrappy, ugly victory over the Fighting Illini.