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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Oct. 8

Tuesday, October 8, 2013 5:01pm
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.


The Tigers had been considered the leaders for Featherston, who hails from Greensboro, N.C. But the Gators are a very worthy recruiting foe.
Godwin - a five-star ATH from Georgia - is high on Clemson, but UGA is his clear-cut favorite.


Florida State

FSU has a lot of ground to cover - literally and physically - but they’ll try to pluck Mixon - a 6-2, five-star RB - out of California, Lorenzo Booker-style.
Rudolph is a jet-quick 6-1 WR from West Balm Beach, FL. The Noles look like they’re in good shape, but Ohio State - who recruits well in Florida - and UF are right there, too.

Georgia Tech

6-2, 175 pound sophomore wide receiver. Tech’s offer is Saloman’s second - LSU has offered, too.


Jackson, a DB/ATH, told Rivals he’s still “100 percent committed” to the Gators. Maybe so. Still a loooong time between now and National Signing Day.

North Carolina

Ingram is a highly-coveted four-star wing in the 2015 class. Louisville and NCSU are in the mix, too. Ingram, however, hails from Kinston, NC, which is a place the Tar Heels have had success recruiting over the years - think: Jerry Stackhouse, more recently Reggie Bullock.

N.C. State

Samuels, who committed to State back in June (those Red Light days seem like just yesterday, guys), is an incredibly versatile prospect - he can line-up at h-back, tight end, fullback, and safety.
Tuttle is a five-star DT in the 2015 class that hails from Lexington, NC. The Pack is trying to close the gap, but it looks as though Alabama, UNC and Clemson are his top three.
Mollette is a four-star WR right in NCSU and UNC’s backyards. The Heels look out in front, but the Pack is close behind to the 2015 wideout.

Wake Forest

Four-star Florida-based defensive back (2015 class) picked up an offer from Wake yesterday. LSU leads, though, for McFadden.