The summer recruiting cycle is in full swing now with camps going on all the time. Duke and Miami are now tied for the lead for most commitments with 11 apiece. Miami and Georgia Tech both grabbed a trio of commitments to boost their classes.
For an update on the Atlantic Division,
All names of recruits will appear in bold.
Christian Harris’ visited Duke on a whim - he was in the area to visit N.C. State - picked up an offer
The Yellow Jackets in DB Step Durham, DE KeShun Freeman and DE Tyler Merriweather. They then pulled an unusual move and , Trey Klock.
The Hurricanes gained three new commitments, Courtel Jenkins. Georgia linebacker Juwan Young . Finally, local wide receiver Darrell Langham .
UNC picked up two defensive commitments a week ago, with Ayden Bonilla> and Virginia Tyler Powell>. The Tar Heels then added three more last weekend, defensive backs Allen Artis and Cameron Albright and defensive end Jeremiah Clarke.
The Panthers finally added their second 2014, from defensive back Jalen Williams.
The Cavaliers , Jordan Ellis, to replace Clifton Richardson, who transferred to Liberty.
The Hokies finally got their 2014 quarterback. After missing on several other targets, Virginia Tech Andrew Ford,> a left-handed signal caller out of Pennsylvania. The cousin of former Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Reggie Williams, Jaylen Bradshaw . Virginia Tech also of DB Kalen McCain, who subsequently committed to N.C. State.
Check out the updated lists and player rankings below.
• ^ The first star number is from Rivals.com. The second one is from Scout.com.
NOTE: High school juniors cannot sign binding letters of intent until February 2014.