According to the accepted answer of this question, there are 37 mitzvot unique to the land of Israel that one can fulfill nowadays. Notably, however, he includes in that count mitzvot such as those related to issur chodosh, that according to the overwhelming majority of authorities, are also biblically mandated outside Israel. He also includes mitzvot related to, e.g. teruma, maaser, and shemita, which, at least according to many authorities, are only drabanan (rabbinic) nowadays. Is there any (other) authority, e.g., amongst the rishonim, that would agree with this list?