We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.
The ACC has 17 top 100 recruits for the 2014 class. Big East now up to 14. There are still 34 available top 100 recruits.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDanielsFOX) September 25, 2013
The word is that Clemson is the leader in that group, but it’s still a long way to go until National Signing Day.
Adams is a rangy, 6-4 wide receiver; Duke and UGA have expressed interest in him, too.
Tennessee, Clemson and Purdue were in to watch 2016 PF Tony Bradley Jr. (Bartow/Fla.) this morning per his AAU coach.— William Gunter (@WillGunter247) September 25, 2013
Clemson has yet to offer, but Bradley has already received five scholarship offers: Cincinnati, Tennessee, Rice, UMASS, and North Florida. There are three other ACC schools - UVa, Virginia Tech and Miami - that have expressed interested in the forward, too.
Taylor, who committed to Duke back in May, is a three-star wideout from Florida.
Duke has recently reached out, but it looks like the Irish of Notre Dame are currently leading for Ryan - a four-star sharpshooter from New York.
Hearing that Reid Travis is doing some "Finalizing" of his list. Duke, Stanford, Minnesota, Michigan State seem like bets to make list— Eric Bossi (@ebosshoops) September 25, 2013
Travis is a 6-8, 240-pound power forward. Duke’s quest for size in 2014 continues. Notre Dame is likely still in the picture for Travis.
Uncommitted, lanky forward Kevon Looney brings impressive versatility to the court: http://t.co/dYFAhTKnpK— Rob Harrington (@Rob_Harrington) September 25, 2013
Looney is another 2014 Duke power forward target. The Blue Devils are in his final six.
Looks like FSU will be redshirting 40-55% of its 2013 recruiting class.— TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) September 25, 2013
Petitbon seemed like a Maryland-lean over the summer, but the four-star offensive guard has turned his attention down south - Alabama and LSU appear to be in the lead now.
Shanker’s pretty high on the Canes’ class and on running back Joseph Yearby in particular.
Edwards is a three-star safety, and is rated by 247Sports as the No. 24 safety in the country.
Scouting Raleigh Enloe at Garner High: GARNER — Garner (N.C.) High junior running back Nyheim Hines has become... http://t.co/1nJHghdpRl— The Wolfpacker (@TheWolfpacker) September 25, 2013
Hines, who grew up as a Wolfpack fan, is having a monster junior season so far in 2013. His strong play has drawn interest from several southeastern schools.