Maryland linebacker Alex Wujciak is on the Lombardi Award watch list this season after rolling up 131 tackles last season.
If he gets 136 tackles this season, he'll become the eighth Terrapin to reach 400 for his career.
So he's certainly a prominent name for inclusion on such a list.
But, realistically, how many more Maryland players will warrant such attention?
Here's guessing a maximum of three.
* Travis Baltz, a punter coming off an injury-plagued season who nonetheless averaged a solid 40.7 yards an attempt.
* Da'Rel Scott, a tailback coming off an injury-plagued season who nonetheless averaged 5.0 yards a carry behind a ragtag offensive line.
* Torrey Smith, a wide receiver who had 2,192 all-purpose yards and scored eight of Maryland's 29 touchdowns (five receiving, two kickoff return, one rushing) a season ago.
If the Terps were 10-2 last year, maybe linebackers Adrian Moten or Demetrius Hartsfield would also be in the mix. But Maryland had the opposite record, and as a result Moten and Hartsfield will remain fairly unfamiliar names to people who don't follow the Terps.