Maryland's 2014 recruiting class included Melo Trimble, Dion Wiley, Jared Nickens and Michal Cekovsky, but only two of those players are seniors four years later.
Trimble left to pursue a professional career after last season, while Wiley is a redshirt junior after losing his sophomore year to injury, leaving Nickens and Cekovsky as the lone seniors from the class.
"Bittersweet feeling. It goes by fast," Nickens said at Terps media day Oct. 31. "Coming in as a freshman, you think, 'Aw, four years is going to take forever.' It feels like yesterday I was still just coming in with Melo and Dion. It's been a fun ride."