Plenty of the remaining 2010 class members, meanwhile, still have much to prove. Will converted quarterback Devin Burns be a factor at X wide receiver? Can Tyrek Cheeseboro bounce back from last season's injury and make his mark at the Z wide-out spot? Will Nate Clarke be a better fit on the D-line than he was on the O-line? Defensive tackle Darius Kilgo, linebacker Clarence Murphy and offensive tackle Jake Wheeler are also still waiting their turns. Lots of question marks obviously remain.
The 2010 class isn't without its success stories. Cheeseboro is competing with Nigel King and Marcus Leak for a starting role. Center Sal Conaboy, linebacker L.A. Goree, cornerback Jeremiah Johnson, defensive end Andre Monroe and strong safety Matt Robinson all entered fall camp at the top of Maryland's depth chart at their respective positions.