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ACC Recruiting Links, Feb. 14

Friday, February 14, 2014 12:32am
By: Harrison Chabinsky

Coach Addazio recruited well for 2014, but he expects his Eagles to be challenged in the depth department in the upcoming season. 

Clemson is already looking ahead to 2015. Dabo Swinney signed a top-20 ranked 2014 class and already has eight commits for next year, led by five-star OL Mitch Hyatt.

The nation's No. 2 prospect, Myles Turner, has opened up on his recruitment as of late. Turner lists Duke as one of his seven finalists and has not discouraged the chance to play with Jahlil Okafor next year.   

It's easy to rank a team based on the number of whatever-starred recruits they sign that year, but what if we re-ranked them based on actual production in their careers? Sports Illustrated did just that, and the Seminoles came out on top for their 2011 recruiting class. Also, Jimbo Fisher has already started recruiting (wait for it) a middle school running back. His highlights are impressive, though. 

The Yellow Jackets signed 21 recruits to their 2014 class, the second most by Paul Johnson in his career. Coach Johnson sits down in a Q&A about this year's class and upcoming season with Michael Carvell.

North Carolina already signed its 2014 class, but they aren't done yet. They received a walk-on committment from kicker Thomas Blakey. 

Andrew Hall takes a look at Notre Dame's 2015 scholarship situation and how limited it could be. 

Pete Volk takes a look at a group of 2015 prospects for the Terps on the hardwood and on the field. 

Although Syracuse considers itself "New York's College Team," it hasn't felt that way recently for the Orange in the recruiting department. Apparently loyalty to your home state just isn't what it used to be. 

The Hoos are looking for results right now out of the 2014 recruiting class. The group features two five-stars and four four-star commits that need to have an immediate impact on the upcoming season. 

Frank Beamer and the Hokies want to regain recruiting power in the state of Virginia. They've missed out on a lot of top talent recently and are hoping to turn it around fast. 

In just about two months, first year coach Dave Clawson was able to sign 26 players to his 2014 class. Heather Dinich sat down with the Deacons' coach in a Q&A discussing his inaugural group.