Maryland first-year football coach DJ Durkin on signing day and what it means for the program. (Baltimore Sun video)
There were plenty of questions surrounding Maryland football during recruiting season, from struggles on the field to changes on the coaching staff, and it led to some upheaval in the Terps' recruiting class. The Class of 2016 as it stood in early September looked far different from the one announced on Feb. 3, with some familiar faces heading off to different places than expected.
Here's a look at where some of Maryland's decommitments signed:
Devin Butler, Syracuse
The three-star recruit from Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro is headed to upstate New York, where he'll play wide receiver and run track.
Thompson's commitment to Maryland was brief. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., three-star announced his pledge on Jan. 21, but two days before signing day, he announced he was reopening his recruitment and landed with the Gamecocks.