Following a season that ended with a Pinstripe Bowl victory, the Terps' coaching staff has stressed the importance of coaching with humanity.
The Terps won their first bowl game since 2010 in Mike Locksley's third year at the helm.
Led by defensive lineman Sam Okuayinonu, who was selected to the third team, the Terps had five defenders and six offensive players garner honors.
The Terps are hoping that Kenny Bennett and Jakorian Bennett rejoin the team against the Golden Gophers.
The Terps remain banged up at several positions, mostly on defense.
Down three starting cornerbacks, the Terps let C.J. Stroud throw for over 400 yards as the Buckeyes put up 66 points.
The Terps have allowed under 100 rushing yards per game, one of four Big Ten teams to do so.
"Good players aren’t afraid to make mistakes," coach Mike Locksley said.
Among other signings, coach Mike Locksley secured five-star wideout Rakim Jarrett.