Tagovailoa, the Terps' all-time passing leader, will enter his senior year leading a team coming off back-to-back bowl wins.
The defensive back ended his Maryland career with a game-sealing interception.
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.
With many veterans opting out, the Terps' young talent will get a chance to shine Friday in Charlotte.
The Terps 24-player class includes three 4-stars, each of whom signed late in the recruiting process.
The wide receiver announced he'd enter the 2023 NFL Draft and forgo the Terps' bowl game after three seasons in College Park.
Sheppard will use his last remaining year of eligibility with the Terps.
Harbor attended Maryland men's basketball's game against Illinois in College Park.
The wide receiver finished with 152 yards and a touchdown on his Senior Day against Rutgers.
The Terps made back-to-back bowl games for the first time since 2013 and 2014.