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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Nov. 20

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 3:52pm
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.


That would be junior wideout Latrell Nieves.



Winslow, considered the top 2014 small forward, could turn Duke’s great recruiting class into, well … what’s the right adjective? … let’s go with an “epic” recruiting class.

Florida State

This would be JUCO PG Dayshawn Watkins. The 6-0 guard was originally committed to UAB out of high school, but he didn’t qualify. Now only four games into his JUCO career, he’s signed with FSU. Watkins will have three seasons of eligibility once he arrives in Tallahassee.

It’s no surprise - when two of the Florida schools square off, especially late in the season, there are going to be a fair share of high-quality recruits in the building.

Gabbard - a two-star recruit, who committed to the Noles back in July - is expected to become the team’s long snapper of the future.



Four-star OLB Juwon Young is all set to qualify and play ball for Miami next season.

North Carolina

Ferrell is a defensive end out of Richmond, Va.

This is a very intriguing story of a player who skipped college to play minor league baseball and now is considering coming back to UNC to play football. He originally signed with UNC for football coming out of high school. There have been a handful of other players who have done this sort of thing. Russell Wilson comes to mind.

N.C. State

Hines, who claims he grew up a Wolfpack fan, is having a bonkers junior season. With his team alive and well in the state playoffs, Hines has already scored 51 touchdowns (!!!!!), 43 of which were rushing, this season.

This would be three-star WR Bo Hines, who committed to the Pack back in April.

Add McCain to State’s early signee list.

Barnes is a versatile player who could play on the DL or OL in college. Right now he’s only got an offer from South Carolina State, but he’s looking to get a few more.