The trio signed with teams on Saturday after not hearing their names called in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Old and new faces took the field as the Terps continue to prepare for the 2022 season.
The tight end played 36 games over four seasons with the Terps.
The defensive back played 29 games over three seasons with the Terps.
The lucrative contract, worth $4 million annually, also includes two more years if the coach meets certain incentives.
Cross' Terps career in football and track prepared him for the 2022 NFL Draft.
Following a season that ended with a Pinstripe Bowl victory, the Terps' coaching staff has stressed the importance of coaching with humanity.
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.