Shaun Hill of the Minnesota Vikings, named the starter this week, played at Maryland in 2000 and 2001. He was the team MVP in 2001 and spaked the Terps to the ACC Championship. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
Despite starting just one season for the Terps, Scott Zolak was an All-American honorable mention in 1990. Zolak was drafted by the New England Patriots and spent nine seasons in the NFL. (Photo by John Mottern/AFP/Getty Images)
Scott Milanovich left College Park with most of the school's passing records and had a brief stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,. Milanovich is now the offensive coordinator for the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL. (Photo by Scott Halleran /Alls)
Playing behind Esiason and Reich, Stan Gelbaugh stepped into the starting role in 1984 and won an ACC Championship the following year. Gelbaugh played briefly in the NFL, primarily with the Seattle Seahawks. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr. /All)
Boomer Esiason was a two-time All-American at Maryland, setting 17 school records. Esiason, a first round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals, was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and the league MVP in 1988.
Primarily a Buffalo Bills backup, Frank Reich also commanded the second-greatest comeback in the college history, rallying the Terps from a 31-0 halftime deficit against No. 6 Miami (Fla.). Maryland pulled off the miracle upset 42-40 in 1984.
A two-year starter at Maryland, Neil O'Donnell led the Steelers to an appearance in Super Bowl XXX.