Why: Since this superlative is all about offers, I'll stick with Tate, who was a four-star prospect that also considered scholarships from Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia and Virginia Tech. Tate's time at receiver was short-lived in College Park, as former Terps coach Ralph Friedgen switched the 6-foot-4, 220-pound player to safety before his freshman season began. Tate was an All-ACC pick at safety as a junior, but was switched to linebacker before his senior year by Maryland coach Randy Edsall. He had season-ending surgery on an undisclosed injury in October, and later received a medical redshirt. Tate will have a chance to live up to his four-star hype as a fifth-year senior this fall.