Whoever does get chosen will be announced Monday on campus in Baltimore.
"This program cares so much about all of the players and i know were going to have a great season coming up," Jake Layman wrote.
“It makes me want to enter school right now,” the all-Met point guard said. “It just gets me motivated for next year.”
The guard is the fourth player to leave the program this offseason.
Maryland upset the Cavaliers during the regular season, but Coach Tony Bennett's squad returns almost everyone, while the Terps have endured a busy offseason of attrition.
“I love it,” the player-coach said. “I think we’ve got a lot of talent. I’m confident going into it."
Faust must sit out a season before finishing his college career with the Beavers.
Cleare, a rising junior, will sit out a year for the Longhorns.
A judge dismissed the lawsuit after the two sides reached an agreement for undisclosed terms.
Plus notes on two in-home visits before the NCAA quiet period began.