We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.
Choice, who committed to Clemson back in May, is a four-star back from Georgia.
The Tigers actually already have four wide receiver commits for 2014; however, they’re not quite done yet. Four-star WR Josh Malone - one of the top wideouts remaining - is a top priority for the Tigers. Malone has high interest in several big-time programs: Clemson, FSU, Tennessee, UGA, and Ohio State. He was actually up in Columbus last weekend to visit the Buckeyes. He’ll be at Florida State this weekend.
McKenzie is scheduled to visit four ACC schools: Florida State, Virginia Tech, Pittsburgh and Georgia Tech.
3-star OT Brock Ruble says he'll use his FSU visit as a measuring stick for the rest of his trips http://t.co/rDLQAmKZRj— Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) October 29, 2013
Ruble, who plays his high school ball at legendary DeMatha Catholic, is a big - literally - OT prospect. FSU and NCSU are in the lead for his commitment, but Tennessee, Maryland, and Ohio State are also recruiting him.
Tim Irvin, Michael Irvin's nephew, has a few favorites. http://t.co/uH0it2XBhV— InsideTheU.com (@InsideTheU) October 29, 2013
Irvin is a big-time athlete in the 2015 class - he lines-up at WR, RB, CB and safety. The four-star recruit has two favorites: Alabama and, no surprise, Miami.
Also: here’s more info on Irvin.
Some of the basketball recruits in attendance for Late Night with Roy gave their thoughts on the event.
Smith, a 2015 linebacker from Florida, committed to UNC without even visiting, but that changed over the weekend when he went to Chapel Hill for the BC game.
Frasier is a running back who is drawing interest from plenty of ACC and SEC schools. Oh, and he ran for 410 yards last Friday.
Boone rates Terps official high: West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer safety Shawn Boone just had to laugh. He realize... http://t.co/Bcuo5QzxfA— The Wolfpacker (@TheWolfpacker) October 29, 2013
Boone is a three-star safety; he visited NCSU back in September. Some thought he’d commit to Maryland after visiting there this weekend, but according to Boone, his recruitment is wide open, which is good news for NCSU, Arkansas, Ole Miss, and Penn State.
Soph. RB Elijah Deveaux already attracting interest: It is safe to say that sophomore running back Elijah Deve... http://t.co/90kn5UqJ66— The Wolfpacker (@TheWolfpacker) October 29, 2013
Sophomore sensation Deveaux, who hails from Charlotte, NC, has attracted interest from seven different schools, including the Wolfpack. Temple and Mississippi State are the only two schools to offer so far, though.
Florida RT @packy40 what is your prediction for Devin Robinson's decision tomorrow?— Evan Daniels (@EvanDanielsFOX) October 29, 2013
Robinson has Notre Dame in his top four, but might be headed to Florida instead.
Richardson - a 6-3, three-star WR in the 2015 class - is considered to be a major target for the Panthers - they’re actually his leader, too.
Virginia Tech was in yesterday to watch 2016 SF Zach Cottrell of Hayesville HS (NC).— Justin Byerly (@Justinbyerly) October 29, 2013
Hines, out of Garner, N.C., is the No. 46 RB in the country according to Scout.com. Many ACC schools are interested in him, especially the major North Carolina schools.