Duke continues to haul in top recruits with Justise Winslow picking the Blue Devils Thursday afternoon. Winslow is one of the top forwards in the 2014 recruiting class and the No. 3 wing forward according to Brick Oettinger.
One of the things that Winslow needs to improve on, though, is his three-point shooting.
While he certainly hasn't been getting the attention that Coach K has, Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton has been busy, as well, landing his fourth player of the 2014 class just a day after his third. 6-10, 245-pound Norbertas Giga signed to play with the Seminoles Wednesday.
Dayshawn Watkins was the other player to sign with FSU this week. The 6-0, 175-pound guard is the second juco recruit of Hamilton's 2014 recruiting class.
James Johnson's job with Virginia Tech could easily be determined by the success that his 2015 recruiting class winds up having.
Louisville has taken a step forward in its recruiting since announcing its move to the ACC, and now the football team is trying to add one of the top football prospects of South Carolina's 2015 class. Markeyvious Adams is a 6-5, 175-pound receiver and is also being recruited by Clemson, Duke, Florida State, North Carolina and N.C. State.
Offensive tackle Ben Knox is taking an official visit to N.C. State this weekend. For teams looking to acquire the Florida lineman's services, Louisville is the team to beat.
Jamil Kamara, a Rivals250 wide receiver, talks about his recruitment. Virginia, Pittsburgh, South Carolina and USC are considered Kamara's top choices at this time.
Wake Forest recently offered offensive lineman Brian Chaffin, from Charlotte Christian School.
Future Florida State long-snapper Stephen Gabbard visited the school last weekend for the Syracuse game. The two-star recruit talks about his visit.
Al Golden and the Miami Hurricanes picked up a big commitment in Anthony Moten. The four-star recruit was ranked the No. 12 defensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com and No. 16 by Scout.com. He had offers from 36 other schools.
Miami offensive line coach Art Kehoe has done a fantastic job as a recruiter for the Hurricanes, developing one of the nation’s best offensive lines. In our Miami Insider, we look at what he's been doing to have that success.
Elijah Hood is one of the four North Carolina recruits that officially signed with the school last week and will be enrolling early. Scout.com pegs Hood as the 10th-best running back in the nation. Bentley Spain, M.J. Stewart and Brandon Fritts are the other players enrolling early.
Notre Dame basketball coach Mike Brey is pleased with the two recruits the Fighting Irish received in the early-signing period. The two players are Bonzie Colson Jr. and Martin Geben.