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Recruiting Links, Dec. 6

Friday, December 6, 2013 12:28am
By: Andrew Tie

Here are team rankings in the ACC for the class of 2014 in basketball from Future150. 

Go behind the scenes as InsideCarolina checks in on 2014 WG Theo Pinson. 

The resignation of assistant coach Dalonte Hill will change recruiting for Maryland. Hill was known for his strong connections to the D.C. area. 

Jamie Dixon has restocked his frontcourt after losing Steven Adams and Dante Taylor from last year. 

Rivals.com released an updated list of the top 100 class of 2014 football recruits. There's some solid ACC representation on the list. 

With five-star WR Josh Malone's commitment to Tennessee, Clemson is still in the market for a WR, meaning they're going hard after Trevion Thompson out of Durham, N.C.

Clemson is also still recruiting four-star DE Andrew Williams and met with him this week for an in-home visit.

Clemson has been strategic in when it has had certain big-time recruits officially visit. 

Virginia Tech's committed QB Andrew Ford was named as the Gatorade player of the year in Pennsylvania. 

Dave Doeren is able to pitch early playing time to freshman, and he's also shown that he's willing to put true freshmen on the field. 

Some SEC schools are still going after Miami commit Tyre Brady, but he says he's not reciprocating that interest. 

Pitt's RB commit and four-star prospect Chris James took his official visit to Pittsburgh a couple of weeks after he committed. His visit just cemented the decision in his mind. 

UNC picked up a commitment recently, sort ofTy Linton is a linebacker who originally committed to UNC out of high school, but he decided to play minor league baseball. He's now done with baseball, so he's committed back to Carolina. 

Offensive tackle Damian Prince is a highly sought after recruit. Maryland is hot after Prince, and he recently released a top five. Maryland made the cut, as did Miami and FSU. 

Part of Duke's success this year on the field is due to David Cutcliffe's defensive back recruits, such as DeVon Edwards.