The Hurricanes picked up their second commitment for the class of 2016 (yes, already) with local running back Mark Walton.
Offensive lineman Noah Green became the fourth commit for the Clemson Tigers in the class of 2015. He's an in-state who also had offers from South Carolina, North Carolina, Vanderbilt and ECU.
Maryland went into Georgia to secure the commitment of three-star safety Jordan Noil, the first DB in the class of 2014.
The Terps have been on a roll lately and also got a commitment from four-star wide receiver Juwann Winfree from Maryland.
N.C. State flipped the commitment of OG Tyler Jones from Mississippi State. He also had offers from UNC, Wake Forest and Boston College.
It's not too often that Miami basketball goes into Texas to get a recruit, but the Hurricanes did just that with the addition of Omar Sherman.
Catch up on all the ACC schools and who has offers out, who's committed and how many scholarships are left to be filled.
Duke football commit Johnathan Lloyd had more than 400 total yards and seven touchdowns in a game recently.
North Carolina running back prospect Rocky Reid said his Clemson visit was the best he's had so far. In addition to Clemson, Reid is getting interest from UNC, Duke, N.C. State and Wake Forest.
N.C. State commit Tony Adams is lining up at center for the first time this year, but he seems to be a natural already.
Shy Tuttle, one of the top prospects in North Carolina, and the country, spent last weekend in Chapel Hill taking in the ECU game and the campus.