Five-star power forward Kevon Looney supposedly had a great time on his Duke visit. If the Blue Devils are able to get Looney, that would be a huge win for them as they continue to search for big men.
In an interview, 2015 QB Anthony Ratliffe named UNC his leader right now with other teams like Clemson behind.
North Carolina LB Tanner Muse is looking at UNC, N.C. State and Clemson right now, but one factor that could play a role in his recruitment is his two-sport skills with football and baseball.
Boston College football commit Harold Landry is versatile enough to play both defensive end and tight end. He will probably play DE in college, however.
In the recruiting podcast, Paul Strelow said the Wolfpack are looking good for Kentavious Street right now.
The N.C. State basketball team got a big win on the recruiting trail with PF Abdul-Malik Abu, a top-50 prospect in the country.
Syracuse picked up a commitment from wide receiver Jamal Custis, a tall 6-foot-6 three-star prospect.
One of the top JUCO basketball prospects, Cinmeon Bowers, has committed to Florida State.
Virginia Tech landed their first 2014 basketball prospect with guard Justin Bibbs, who should be able to come in immediately and provide some offensive spark.
Andrew Marshall is the latest Georgia Tech football commit. He's a three-star center who could play some guard.
New York running back Qadree Ollison spurned schools like Syracuse and Penn State to verbally commit to Pittsburgh.
Scout.com released its early top 25 for the class of 2016. Some of these players, such as Harry Giles at No. 1, will be/are prime ACC targets.
Notre Dame really needed to get a forward in recruiting, and they did just that with the commitment of Martin Geben.
UNC is still in the market for another shooting guard in the class of 2014. James Blackmon was the latest recipient of a scholarship, joining the likes of Dante Exum, Rashad Vaughn and Robert Johnson.
Speaking of Robert Johnson, he said he will announce his college decision on Sept. 20, with UNC, Virginia and Florida State in the mix.