Miami is gaining more recruits and Virginia landed another top-notch commitment, but what's new? Both schools have been doing it all summer. Why would we expect them to stop now?
For an update on the Atlantic Division, .
All names of recruits will appear in bold.
The Blue Devils recently landed a in 6-3, 240-pound Taariq Shabazz, and yes, his first name has two As and last has two Zs.
The Yellow Jackets Terrell Lewis a scholarship>, and their quick trigger pulling paid off. They earned his commitment. Three-star RB Caleb Kinlaw chose GT over UNC, and assuming he doesn’t de-commit, he will in Paul Johnson’s triple option offense.
Just when you think the Canes couldn’t possibly add another recruit to their list, they do. Trent Harris when he picked the Hurricanes over Florida State.
Former NFL receiver Ricky Proehl saw his son Austin , even though his dad went to Wake Forest.
Rori Blair of high school football, but that didn’t keep the Panthers from seeing his potential.
The Cavaliers are continuing their success in the recruiting game. Their most recent commitment comes from — three-star DB Jeff Farrar.
Greg Stroman will have to if he stays committed to playing for coach Frank Beamer’s program that is known for producing great corners. The Hokies to their list with the addition of three-star Ohioan Brady Taylor.
Check out the updated lists and player rankings below.
• ^ The first star number is from Rivals.com. The second one is from Scout.com.
NOTE: High school juniors cannot sign binding letters of intent until February 2014.