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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Nov. 5

Tuesday, November 5, 2013 4:58pm
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.

Clemson

Clemson is getting the last official visit from Malone, but there’s going to be some competition from FSU too. The four-star Hines, who plays his prep ball at Garner (N.C.) High, has been having a monster junior season. The all-purpose back is very high on Clemson and Florida; however, UNC and NCSU are in the mix, as well. Bryan Edwards is one of Clemson’s two known 2016 instate offers. The 6’3” 200 pound receiver said that Clemson has a slight edge over South Carolina based on visiting each school for games.

Duke

Let me fill in a few blanks here. That should be Minnesota second and Stanford third, I believe.

Florida State

Shai McKenzie - a four-star RB in the 2014 class - likes what he sees from FSU. The Noles are climbing his list, but they’re still currently a tier below Virginia Tech and Pitt.

Louisville

It was a battle of the Bluegrass State as the five-star Lyles was deciding between UK and Louisville. This one goes to the Cats.

Maryland

The four-star Locksley is one of the top dual-threat QBs in the 2015 class; Maryland leads for the Baltimore-native. FSU is in the mix, too. Rivals.com takes a look at the impact four-star small forward Jared Nickens will have on the Terps.

Miami

Brown is becoming a major target of both Miami and FSU.

North Carolina

Haynes is a bandit who signed with UNC last year but had to prep for a semester. He’s hoping to make it to UNC in the spring semester.

N.C. State

N.C. State is making a push for Scott, but he’s still got South Carolina and Tennessee at the top. 247Sports.com has the four-star McRae rated as the No. 15 safety in the 2015 class. Kentucky and NCSU are the top two teams for Ramsey - a three-star safety in the 2014 class. He was in Raleigh for the UNC game, and next he’ll be in Lexington to visit the Wildcats on Nov. 29. Owens - four-star PF in the 2015 class - decommitted from Central Florida today. His recruitment, as of right now, appears wide open.

Pittsburgh

Wilson’s got a pretty impressive offer sheet. At first glance this looks like a good get for the Panthers.

Wake Forest

Jones would be the teammate of Washington, D.C. Jauan Williams.