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ACC Recruiting Links, Jan. 10

Friday, January 10, 2014 12:26am
By: Carlos Collazo

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is making a final push for more recruits, and his primary targets are defensive end Andrew Williams and receiver Trevion Thompson.

Future Tar Heel basketball players Joel Berry and Justin Jackson crossed paths near Chapel Hill and got a glimpse of what life in the heart of ACC country looks like.

Three-star cornerback Mike Stevens recently flipped his commitment from Kansas State to N.C. State.

Virginia picked up its third high profile commit this week in Jamil Kamara, a four-star wide receiver from Bishop Sullivan High in Virginia Beach.

Paul Chryst was also trying to recruit Kamara to Pitt, but he clearly wasn't able to. But Chryst managed to pick up a solid receiver of his own in New Jersey receiver Adonis Jennings.

N.C. State and North Carolina frequently go after the same in-state recruits, and the Wolfpack recently came away with Ty Linton, who is going to be a preferred walk-on for Dave Doeren. 

Football recruits are starting to buy into Duke's athleticism.

Four-star offensive guard Steve Gonzalez talked about his top five schools, and based on what he said, Boston College seems to be become a destination for linemen again. 

2014 Clemson commit Gabe Devoe recently dropped 52 points to lead his high school (Shelby) to a 92-56 win over Statesville. 

Georgia Tech recently offered 6-3 safety Stephen Griffin. Clemson and UNC are both in the mix for Griffin, as well.

Dalton Keene of YellowJackedUp.com takes a look at Georgia Tech recruit Ben Lammers, a 6-10 center out of San Antonio. 

Maryland missed out on Jalen Tabor--twice. After being in Tabor's final three teams, he chose to commit to Arizona and then a week later ... he flipped to Florida. Better luck next time. 

Matt Porter, of The Palm Beach Post, takes a detailed look at the Hurricanes' pre-signing day 2014 depth and scholarship situation. 

You can check out an updated list of Notre Dame's 2015 football offers here

Edgar Cerenord visited Wake Forest last summer and left impressed, but after Dave Clawson took over as the head coach, he hasn't heard from the staff. Miami is now considered the favorite to land the three-star defensive tackle.

Be sure to check out the latest updates to our divisional commitment lists. Click here for the Atlantic Division and Click here for the Coastal Division.