Kaindoh had been the school's highest-rated commitment since Stefon Diggs in 2012.
Terps could again turn to true freshman quarterback Max Bortenschlager in attempt to attain bowl eligibility.
Following Saturday's defeat in Nebraska, Maryland has been outscored 149-13 over the past three weeks, but it still can clinch bowl eligibility against Rutgers.
Maryland makes a surprising move under center.
The players were each charged with three counts of second-degree assault and three counts of reckless endangerment.
Senior signal caller Perry Hills left with yet another shoulder injury during Saturday's blowout.
Maryland Coach DJ Durkin has also suspended freshmen DJ Turner and Antoine Brooks for a violation of the university's student-athlete code of conduct.
DJ Durkin could shuffle his lineup after consecutive losses to Indiana and Michigan.
The Terps will host one of the league's six prime-time Friday night games next season.
The Terps will make their latest fashion statement against the Buckeyes.