The transfer portal is as busy as ever, and that’s no different in the B1G. Maryland is the latest to lose a player to the transfer portal.

WR Nick DeGennaro has entered the transfer portal on Tuesday afternoon and has 4 years left of eligibility. DeGennaro has spent the previous 2 seasons with the Terrapins.

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DeGennaro, in 2 seasons with the Terps, caught the ball 3 times for 42 yards on 12 yards per catch and no touchdowns. All 3 of his catches came back in 2020.

Maryland had its best season under 3rd-year head coach Mike Locksley as the Terps finished the season 7-6 with a win over Virginia Tech in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

This is a step in the right direction for Maryland. Still, they will want to improve upon that 3-6 record in B1G play if the Terps want to start being considered more than just a middle of the road B1G team, they will need to start playing competitively against the likes of Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan State and Penn State.

Maryland opens the 2022 season with Buffalo on Saturday, Sept. 3.