We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.
Though Clemson got trounced by FSU, there were a lot of recruits that got to see Clemson’s atmosphere, campus and facilities, so there are still positives from the game in recruiting.
Fields, one of the top prospects in North Carolina, is starting to favor Clemson, but he’s also liking South Carolina a lot too.
Cook - a five-star running back in the 2014 class - committed to Florida back in April. However, the Miami-native is scheduled to visit Florida State this coming weekend, and the Noles have a lot of momentum going in there direction right now.
With Maryland moving to the Big Ten next season, you can expect the Terps to go head-to-head with Penn State on quite a few recruits.
That would be four-star WR Trevion Thompson. Ohio State - with former UNC coach Everett Withers running point on the recruitment - and Clemson are the leaders, with the Tar Heels and NCSU close behind.
Zero Dark Thursday didn’t produce the win the Heels were hoping for, but they still had good exposure for a lot of top recruits, like 2015 RB Nyheim Hines out of Garner (N.C.) High.
Randleman (NC) WR Juval Mollette will be one of 2015's top prospects and he talks about his interest in NC State.: http://t.co/9WsdlQ7J2B— Pack Pride (@PackPride) October 21, 2013
The four-star Mollette has UNC as his leader, ostensibly, but the Pack is close behind.
Getting Scarbrough on campus was a big deal for Notre Dame since he’s such a high-profile, and committed, prospect.
Mike London continues to build a powerful class. Latimore, a three-star cornerback, took his official visit to UVa over the weekend. He had offers from Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.