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6-7, 5th in Big Ten - East
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14dJohn Gasaway

Terps head into March Madness ice cold

Maryland began the season 20-2, but the Terrapins have lost 6 of 10 and struggled defensively late in the Big Ten season.

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53dESPN.com

Maryland finishes No. 20 in class rankings

In D.J. Durkin's first full recruiting cycle, the Terps finished with the 20th-rated class, their best in the ESPN 300 era.

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53dESPN RecruitingNation

Grading the 2017 Big Ten recruiting classes

Ohio State and Michigan grabbed the headlines, but don't ignore what Penn State, Maryland -- Maryland! -- and Nebraska did on national signing day as the Big Ten flexed its recruiting muscles.

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53dGerry Hamilton

National signing day's winners and losers

Several programs, including USC and Florida, made some big moves on national signing day, but the day wasn't a great one for several Big 12 programs.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Maryland has commitments from six ESPN 300 recruits so far in 2017. The Terps are the first Big Ten school other than Ohio State, Michigan or Penn State to sign more than five ESPN 300 players in a single recruiting class.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 running back Cordarrian Richardson has committed to Maryland. The No. 229 ranked prospect had been committed to Clemson at one point in the process and now ends up with the Terps. Richardson is the sixth ESPN 300 commit for Maryland in the 2017 class.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Maryland opened signing day strong by flipping four-star wide receiver Tahj Capehart from Virginia Tech. Capehart is a talented prospect from Virginia, who adds more weapons to the Terps' offense.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 running back Anthony McFarland committed to Maryland on Friday. McFarland's decision was supposed to come earlier in the week, but the No. 111 ranked prospect pushed his decision back to take more time. The choice came down to the Terps and Miami, and ultimately Maryland came out on top. McFarland gives Maryland five ESPN 300 commits for the 2017 class, which is the most the Terps have ever had in one class.

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