With four ACC schools remaining in the NCAA baseball super regionals, it’s easy to forget about recruiting in the other ball sports. We’ll make sure you don’t miss any important stories affecting ACC football or basketball programs over the last week.
So far, the 2014 recruiting cycle has been a strong one for ACC football programs, with in the 247 Composite.
It finally happened. Dave Doeren got his big fish, when four-star linebacker Germaine Pratt committed to [<N.C. State>] (http://www.accsports.com/acc-recruiting/2013060615580/pratt-stays-in-state-chooses-wolfpack.php?login=true).
Meanwhile, the beat rolls on at Chestnut Hill. Boston College’s already impressive recruiting class added a pair of three-star commits, Mike Knoll and Joe Vitiello.
Like Boston College, Duke is off to an uncharacteristically strong start to the class of 2014, which continued with a from three-star athlete Johnathan Lloyd.
Miami hauled in two nice commits this week. The first was defensive tackle Courtel Jenkins and the second was class of 2013 track star Walter Tucker, who also .
Louisville picked up a from three-star defensive end Henry Famurewa
Unfortunately, four-star cornerback/receiver prospect J.C. Jackson has from Florida State.
Notre Dame also lost a big time player. Five-star defensive tackle and 2013 signee Eddie Vanderdoes will renege on his NLI and instead .
Consensus five-star defensive end Da’Shawn Hand says Virginia Tech’s defensive coordinator Bud Foster is “.” The Hokies also added a commit, Jaylen Bradshaw.
Clemson is building an impressive class of 2014, .
Georgia Tech scored a from three-star safety, Jalen Johnson. Meanwhile, head coach Paul Johnson is .
The Orange added to its 2014 recruiting class, three-star linebacker Zaire Franklin.
Wake Forest secured its third of the 2014 cycle, two-star cornerback DaiQuan Lawrence.
Here’s a look at a few in the state of South Carolina.
And before we switch over to hoops, check out our updated .
Pitt recently received a commit from a in the class of 2016, Maverick Rowan.
Another class of 2016 recruit, elite big man Harry Giles, is being by Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky.
Lastly, check out the that competed at the Pangos All-American Camp in Long Beach, Calif.
That’s another week in ACC recruiting news. Check back next week for the latest stories affecting the league’s football and basketball programs.