The Terrapins beat John Hopkins, 12-11, in the semifinals and will face Denver in the championship game.
Golson played two seasons for Notre Dame and will be the front-runner to replace Jameis Winston, who left Florida State and became the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft late last month.
Coach Mark Turgeon felt confident enough that Sulaimon, who was the first player Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski kicked off his team, could be a fit at Maryland. He felt that way about adding Wells three years ago, too.
Ram and Howard were named Maryland’s recipients of the Big Ten Medal of Honor, the university announced on Monday.
Sulaimon is the latest noteworthy addition to a program that will already add five-star prospect Diamond Stone and Georgia Tech transfer Robert Carter to its starting lineup next season.
Former Duke guard Rasheed Sulaimon will play his final season at Maryland.
For the first time since 1978-79, the Terrapins and Hoyas will face off in consecutive regular seasons, meeting at the Xfinity Center on Nov. 7 and the Verizon Center in 2016-17.
President Obama honored the national champion Ohio State football team Monday, taking just a little bit of credit for the new playoff system that the Buckeyes mastered.
The 6-foot-10, 245-pound Stone, from Milwaukee, made a commitment to Maryland last month, choosing the Terrapins over Wisconsin and UConn, among others.
Virginia found out during a portion of last season what life without Anderson was like before his late return. It will spend next season adjusting to his departure.
The announcement came three days after Okafor led Duke (35-4) to its fifth national championship, a 68-63 victory over Wisconsin in Indianapolis on Monday night.
Cauley-Stein, twin guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison and freshman forwards Karl-Anthony Towns and Trey Lyles all said they will turn pro. Center Dakari Johnson and shooting guard Devin Booker are also leaving.