The first three rounds of the NFL draft are in the books and unfortunately, but not unsurprisingly, no Maryland Terrapins have been selected. That should change on Saturday, when the league will hold the final four rounds of this year's draft. On Saturday,
The first player off the board for Maryland will almost certainly be wide receiver Stefon Diggs, who was projected by many to be a 4th or 5th round selection. One of Diggs' biggest upsides is that he can potentially contribute on both offense and special teams. With a 53 man roster, the ability to serve multiple roles is always something teams value and Diggs' experience and ability to returning kickoffs and punts, and do it well, could separate him from the rest of the pack in the later rounds.
As Lee mentioned on Thursday, Darius Kilgo and Deon Long are also hoping to have their name called at some point today, probably in either the 6th or 7th rounds.
There is also the potential for Matt Robinson, Cole Farrand, Alex Twine, Spencer Myers, Andre Monroe, Jeremiah Johnson, L.A. Goree, Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil, Sal Conaboy, and Keith Bowers to be drafted, but most will likely have to sign as undrafted free agents after the conclusion of today's draft.