There will be more coverage of Maryland's spring game --- won by the White team (second team offense/first team defense) 21-13.
But let's review the picks from earlier in the day and see how they held up.
1. Danny O'Brien will be Maryland's top passer.
INCORRECT. O'Brien was 10-for-16 for 93 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. Jamarr Robinson was 11-for-18 for 143 yards, a touchdown and two picks. Robinson, however, had Torrey Smith on his side (more on that later).
2. D.J. Adams will be Maryland's top rusher.
CORRECT. Adams was the only Maryland back to crack double digits in carries, rumbling 14 times for 70 yards and two touchdowns. Both Da'Rel Scott (four rushes for 26 yards) and Davin Meggett (eight carries for 16 yards) had limited work. Gary Douglas had seven carries for 36 yards.
3. Quintin McCree will be Maryland's top receiver.
INCORRECT. OK, so McCree didn't go too crazy, hauling in two catches for 12 yards. In fact, the only receiver to crack 30 yards was Torrey Smith, who scored on the first drive of the game and finished with four catches for 90 yards.
4. Ryan Donohue will be Maryland's top tackler.
CORRECT. Donohue played most of the game as the Red team's middle linebacker, since Alex Wujciak sat and Avery Murray took most of the reps at Mike for the White team. Both Donohue and Cameron Chism wound up with seven tackles, sharing the lead for the day.
5. Neither Maryland's offense nor its defense will look anything like what it will in the fall.
CORRECT for the defense, PROBABLY CORRECT for the offense. Defensive coordinator Don Brown admitted he was getting bored running nothing but schemes out of the Terps' base defense, so it was difficult to get a read on a guy like Joe Vellano since he was only being asked to play his assignment. Offensively, the Terps threw deep and ran a few end arounds, but were relatively vanilla. What was interesting was how much the first team offense played, even getting reinserted for a last-minute drive that ended with a Robinson interception.