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Maryland Minute 5.4.15 - Numerous Terps drafted or signed as free agents this weekend

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Multiple Terps will get a shot at playing in the NFL or NBA this fall.

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Professional Terps

Vikings fifth-round pick, former Terps star Stefon Diggs says, 'I'm happy they believed in me' - Baltimore Sun
Maryland star wide receiver Stefon Diggs was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fifth round.

How He Fits: Sixth-round NT Darius Kilgo
Kilgo was not invited to the Scouting Combine, but used that snub to help motivate him.

More than one Terp taken in NFL draft for first time since 2011 - The Diamondback : Sports
The Minnesota Vikings picked Stefon Diggs in fifth round, while Darius Kilgo went in the sixth round to the Denver Broncos.

Report: Dez Wells Invited to NBA Draft Combine
Maryland guard Dez Wells has been invited to attend the NBA Draft combine in Chicago, according to The Baltimore Sun's Don Markus.

Basketball

Dynamic Ohio Wing Man has Terps' Attention
Maryland ventured into Ohio last year and nearly landed a skilled small forward, and now the Terps are back in Cleveland taking a long look at another talented wing man.

Football

Spring breakout player: Maryland Terrapins - Big Ten Blog - ESPN
Jermaine Carter has the athletic attributes for middle linebacker but even more impressive is his leadership ability.

Lacrosse

Megan Whittle shines in Maryland women's lacrosse semifinals defeat - The Diamondback : Sports
Freshman attacker scored three consecutive goals, spanning halftime, in her first college postseason game.

Maryland Lacrosse Heading to NCAA Tournament
The last eight days have been disappointing for Maryland’s men’s lacrosse team, but they can solace in the fact that they'll be in the.

No. 1 Terps Fall to No. 20 Ohio State in B1G Semifinals - Maryland Terrapins Athletics - University of Maryland Terps Official Athletic Site
The No. 1 Maryland women's lacrosse team (17-1) fell to No. 20 Ohio State (13-6), 11-10, in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals Friday.