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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Jan. 13

Monday, January 13, 2014 4:11pm
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.

Boston College

That’s right. HOCKEY. Who said we’re not all over the map?

Clemson

Scout.com’s Rob Harrington notes that Clemson signee Donte Grantham - a four-star combo forward. According to Harrington, Grantham’s athleticism is unquestionably good, and his shooting skills are improving.

Duke

Ellenson is one of the top power forwards in the 2015 recruiting class. He’s a Wisconsin native, and the Badgers apparently lead, so either of these ACC teams getting him out of America’s Dairyland will be a steep challenge.

Florida State



Georgia Tech



Louisville

Well, this, uh, ugh. Gresham - a four-star RB, who pledged his verbal to Louisville in June 2013 - will apparently not have said commitment honored by new coach Bobby Petrino. So, yeah.

North Carolina

Pinson continued his strong senior season the other night in a losing effort. The five-star wing slapped up 38 points and 12 rebounds in a one-point loss to Fort Worth (Texas) Prime Prep at the Under Armour High School showcase. He also shot 15-17 from the charity stripe in the game, which is an area the Tar Heels, well, have some trouble in.

N.C. State

Fullwood has the Wolfpack in his top five, along with Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech.

Notre Dame



Syracuse



Virginia

A closer look at how Penn State’s hiring of James Franklin could impact the Wahoos’ recruiting efforts.

Virginia Tech

This could be an issue for the Hokies because Taylor, a three-star offensive tackle is from …. wait for it … Columbus, Ohio. So even though the Buckeyes are way late in offering Taylor, they’re certainly going to get a hard look from him.

Wake Forest

Kemp committed in late November, back when Jim Grobe was still Wake’s coach. So he was really a soft verbal at this point. If Auburn enters the picture things could get really dicey for the Deacs.