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MM 1.2: Three Terps land on 2020 NFL Draft big board

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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With football season winding down at both the collegiate and professional level, NFL draft experts are compiling more accurate predictions in the early weeks of the new decade.

Heisman trophy winner Joe Burrow and Ohio State standout Chase Young control the top two positions — according to Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller — while no Terps have cracked his top 100.

Over the past two NFL drafts, a Terp has had their name called in the first round, but it doesn't look like that will be the case this April.

Miller placed Antoine Brooks Jr. as the tenth-ranked safety in the upcoming draft class. Anthony McFarland Jr. and Javon Leake landed as the No. 19 and No. 21 running backs.

The draft will take place on April 23, giving these Terps more than enough time to improve their draft stock.

In other news

No. 12 Maryland women’s basketball suffered its worst loss of the season to Northwestern.

Jordan broke down the tape of Maryland men’s basketball’s recent win against Bryant.

Be sure to check out our editors’ compilation of the best moments of the decade for the Terps.

Turgeon’s squad partnered with Maryland Special Olympics for the fifth annual basketball clinic at Xfinity Center.

Maryland women’s basketball wished Terp Nation a Happy New Year.

A decade has come and gone, but The Crew is still out in full force in support of Maryland men’s soccer.

Check out Maryland baseball’s best moments of the decade.

Maryland women’s lacrosse reflected on the past decade.

The Premier Lacrosse League has a new team, which means the Terp-heavy Whipsnakes could see some restructuring. Who do you want to see on the Waterdogs?

Former Olympian and track and field coach Travis Valmon celebrated his 55th birthday.