For the first time since the 2009-10 season, there's a promising preseason outlook on the Maryland basketball team.
With three experienced upperclassmen, two stud sophomores, four freshmen and possibly a superstar transfer, all signs are pointing towards Maryland teetering around the bubble come March.
Whether Maryland sneaks into the field of 68 might be dependent on the eligibility of Xavier transfer Dez Wells, who is waiting to hear back from the NCAA about his hardship waiver appeal. Wells would be arguably the most talented player on the roster.
The replacement of Terrell Stoglin, development of phenom sophomores and point guard uncertainties all create newsworthy headlines for Maryland heading into the season.
Here are Maryland's five biggest questions marks as we approach the November 9 opener against Kentucky in Brooklyn.