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.
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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