Virginia has had a busy few weeks, adding an offensive tackle and a linebacker. Meanwhile, Duke now boasts the most commitments in the Coastal Division, and may have landed its most coveted yet. As for North Carolina, the Tar Heels went into Florida to land D'Ernest Johnson, a running back they hope will follow in the path of another Florida-to-UNC running back, Gio Bernard.
All names of recruits will appear in bold.
The Blue Devils beat out a very impressive list of competing schools to land in-state prospect Johnathan Lloyd. The key may have been that Duke seens Lloyd as a quarterback, while some of the others projeced Lloyd as a wide receiver.
Check out the updated lists and player rankings below.
Key: • ^ 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.