In its final ACC football season, Maryland didn't have any of its players voted to the all-conference first, second or third team.
The Terps had just three honorable mention selections: wide receiver Stefon Diggs and linebackers Marcus Whitfield and Cole Farrand.
Diggs likely had the greatest shot at All-ACC honors had he not been injured Oct. 19 at Wake Forest. In seven games he had 34 catches for 587 yards and three touchdowns.
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Maryland played its last regular season game as a member of the ACC on Saturday, beating North Carolina State, 41-21, to improve to 7-5 (3-5 ACC).
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