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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Dec. 3

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 4:30pm
By: ACCSports.com Staff

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


Malone will announced his decision on Wednesday. Clemson and Tennessee are his top two, but things seem to be trending Tennessee’s way more.


The three-star Lloyd - a dual-threat QB - committed to the Blue Devils in June. This week, as Duke prepares for FSU, he will sign.


Prince, a five-star OT, has Maryland, Miami, Florida, FSU and South Carolina in his final five. Maryland is rumored to be the leader.


Cook is still committed to the Gators, but he stated last week that Florida State is his leader. Miami is still in the mix, too. So, yeah, this all makes a lot of sense.

North Carolina

Soooo … looks like the Tar Heels can scratch Exum off their wish list.

Incoming safety Allen Artis made a visit to Chapel Hill over the weekend to catch the Duke game.

NC State

Fitzpatrick is a blue-chip defensive back in the 2015 class. Dave Doeren and Co. have thrown their hat into the ring with a lot of other heavy hitters - Ohio State, South Carolina, FSU, Miami and Notre Dame.

This would be Jawon Pass - a 6-5, four-star QB. Pass plays his prep ball in Columbia, Georgia, which is where NCSU assistant Frisman Jackson went to offer the quarterback prospect. Pass has also received offers from UNC, Clemson and Mississippi State.

Byrd is one of the top safeties on the JUCO level. He gave a soft verbal to Arizona back in August; we’ll see how this all plays out.


Kamara is a prized, 6-2 four-star WR. His top three schools currently include: Virginia, Pittsburgh and Wisconsin.

Kamara hails from Virginia Beach, Va. So, I suppose, getting a former NFL WR, who is from the south, to lead his recruitment isn’t such a bad idea.

Wake Forest

After Jim Grobe announced his resignation, Lawrence and his teammate, Terence Ricks, decommitted from the school. Now it looks like other schools are trying to snag Lawrence.