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Recruiting Links, Nov. 29

Friday, November 29, 2013 12:14am
By: Carlos Collazo

The Miami Hurricanes are bringing in a top-25 basketball recruiting class next year thanks to three impressive players: Ja'Quan Newton, James Palmer and Omar Sherman make up Scout.com's No. 23 recruiting class and give the Canes a legitimate shot at the NCAA Tournament next year.

Outside linebacker/safety Tanner Muse talks about his recent trip to Clemson. Muse has four interceptions this year for his Belmont (N.C.) South Point high school team. UNC and Clemson are considered the leaders at this time for Muse.

Florida State and Miami are back in the running for five-star running back Dalvin Cook, after committing to Florida earlier this year.

Speaking of FSU and Florida, Brendan Sonnone writes about the recruiting differences of the two schools.

The Tar Heels have a long list of recruits planning on attending the North Carolina-Duke football game on Saturday, including top-10 running back Elijah Hood.

While Duke might not be able to boast all of those interested recruits coming to Kenan Stadium, the Blue Devils can definitely show off their impressive recruiting in the Tar Heel state.

Rob Harrington, of Scout.com, takes a look at N.C. State's freshman basketball players so far this year. Although it's early, Cat Barber has already been making an impact for the Wolfpack.

Virginia will have a tough time overcoming Penn State for the services of four-star offensive lineman Ryan Bates.

Virginia Tech recently picked up in-state defensive tackle Steve Sobczak a few days ago. The Hokies have had an extremely busy holiday week, landing four-star defensive end Michael Barnett, as well.

2015 four-star receiver Shadell Bell verbally committed to Clemson in the Tigers' locker room immediately after the Tigers beat the Citadel Bulldogs.

Notre Dame's new affiliation with the ACC could be helping the Irish draw more recruits.