Maryland football finished a nightmare season last month, but fans can get a sneak peek at what's to come for the program in Saturday's Under Armour All-America Game.
The game will be televised on ESPN2 at noon, and will be available online at WatchESPN.
The game features four Maryland commits and another recruit who could pledge to the Terps right after the game.
Four-star Bullis (Md.) quarterback Dwayne Haskins, Maryland's top commit in the class of 2016, is one of six quarterbacks playing in the showcase. Haskins has taken visits to Ohio State and Florida since Maryland hired DJ Durkin as its new head coach, but the quarterback said he's still planning on coming to College Park and is just "considering all his options".
Fans can get a glimpse of what Maryland's passing attack could look like, as DeMatha wide receiver Tino Ellis, another Maryland commit, is also on the roster. Leading up to the game, Ellis said he's "100 percent" sure that Haskins will be his quarterback at Maryland.
Joining those two are Maryland linebacker commit Keandre Jones and guard commit Richard Merritt.
DeMatha's Terrance Davis, the No. 2 guard in the country and top recruit in the state of Maryland, according to 247 Sports, will also be playing in the game.
Davis will be announcing his commitment at some point on Saturday, and Maryland joins Michigan and Florida in the guard's top three. He would be a major get for the Terps, and analysts are picking him to join DJ Durkin's squad.
Take a look at the jerseys, shoes and gloves these players will be sporting for the game:
Reppin Custom #410 #301 pic.twitter.com/ZrH13UPuIc— Tino Ellis (@IamTinoEllis) January 2, 2016