We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.
Hines (2015) is a prized recruit of several ACC schools - Clemson, NCSU, UNC and Duke. Yesterday, however, he picked-up an offer from the Volunteers. Florida and South Carolina are in the mix for the four-star all-purpose back, too.
Cronkrite, a 2015 ATH, has already received double-digit offers, including: FSU, Alabama, Cincinnati, Penn State, Wake Forest and Georgia Tech. Two schools that Cronkrite is very interested in - Miami and Florida - are yet to offer, though.
Scarlett is one of the top running backs in the 2015 class; 247Sports.com has him pegged as their No. 2 RB. It looks as though Scarlett will be in Doak Campbell to watch the Seminoles take on in-state rivals Miami this Saturday.
#FSU will have the top four CB's in the country on campus this weekend - Marlon Humphrey, Adoree Jackson, Arrion Springs, and Tony Brown.— Infidel (@BushidoNole) October 30, 2013
FSU will have the top 4 cornerbacks in the nation on campus this weekend
Miami’s recruiting class moves into the top 3
Berrios, a four-star ATH who will likely transition full-time to WR when he arrives in Miami, committed to the Canes just a few weeks back.
UNC is the third school to offer Taylor, who hails from the talent-rich Tidewater area of Virginia. Old Dominion and NCSU, who offered Taylor on Oct. 10, are the other two schools to extend scholarship offers, so far.
Tight end commit Avery Edwards has gone to a bunch of N.C. State games as a Wolfpack fan, but he’ll go as a UNC fan this Saturday.
Tanner Muse is a top linebacker prospect who is rumored to be favoring Clemson, but UNC is making a strong push too.
The Wolfpack were the first team to offer Muse, who will be in Carter-Finley this weekend to watch NCSU and UNC square-off. Since Dave Doeren extended an offer to Muse, several other teams have jumped in the mix - UNC, Clemson, Duke, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Virginia, and Vanderbilt. Also: Muse works out with Tremayne Stephens, who was a running back at NC State in the 1990s.
NC State has 0 offensive starters and 4 defensive starters from NC heading into the UNC game. 13 of the 22 #Pack14 commitments are from NC.— Pack Pride (@PackPride) October 30, 2013
Wow. I knew Dave Doeren was emphasizing in-state recruiting now. Hadn't realized how de-emphasized it had been in recent seasons, apparently
Settle - ranked by 247Sports.com as the No. 1 overall prospect in the state of Virginia for 2015 - has taken several unofficial visits to Charlottesville - however, nothing official yet. Right now: Mike London and the Cavs appearing to be among the favorites for Settle - along with Alabama, Clemson, Florida and UNC.
A quick, clean synopsis of where Tech’s recruiting class is right now and which targets are still out there.
The aforementioned Hines (check under the Clemson heading) scooped-up two offers yesterday - Tennessee, and also Wake Forest.