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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Dec. 13

Friday, December 13, 2013 10:52pm

We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.

Boston College

Hilliman is a four-star running back from Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter’s Prep. He’s ranked pretty highly as the No. 21 RB, according to Rivals.com. This could get interesting for Boston College.

Clemson

DeVoe is a Clemson signee. If his scoring numbers are any indication, it looks like Brownell may have landed a sleeper.

Ohio State and Alabama might be the front-runners, but Clemson is still in this and has a shot, albeit small.

Duke

Okafor’s squad - Whitney Young - pulled out the win, and it’s safe to say the big man had an impact: 8-12 from the field, 22 points, and 15 points. Jones - in a losing effort - wasn’t too shabby himself: 29 points, including 25 in the second half.

Florida State

Georgia Tech

Louisville

Maryland

Miami

North Carolina

Hey, look! Baseball recruiting stuffs!

UNC-Kentucky is a big game for a lot of reasons.

N.C. State

Big, big commitment for the Wolfpack. This was a long time coming, really, but now that it’s official, this gives Pack fans something to be optimistic about heading into the offseason.

Here’s a little more on Street; you can see the caliber of schools after the DE was quite impressive.

The three-star Hines committed to the Pack during that whole Red Light Special thingy. Remember those times…

Notre Dame

Who says we don’t care about hockey in the Daily Twitter Comp? Huh? WHO says?!?!?

Pitt

Syracuse

Newsome is a four-star OT in the 2015 class; he’s one of the top 20 tackles in his class, according to 247Sports.com. He’s already been offered by UNC, Penn State, Virginia and Rutgers. He’s very interested in said schools, too.

Virginia

Kamara, a four-star WR prospect, has been pursued heavily by the Cavaliers. At the very least he seems to be looking forward to his upcoming trip to Charlottesville.

Virginia Tech

Wake Forest