Football recruiting camps pay off, the red light flashes again and a highly rated basketball prospect suffered a major knee injury. Read about those stories and more, below.
After on several big name quarterbacks, the Hokies from four-star passer Andrew Ford.
Last week, we covered the importance of high school camps in recruiting. The Tar Heels showed why, grabbing during “Fedora’s Freak Show” – four-star safety Cameron Albright, four-star defensive end Jeremiah Clarke and three-star safetyAllen Artis.
Florida State’s high school camp also had a high return on investment, resulting in .
Boston College’s coaching staff wants everyone on their team . That message is resonating on the recruiting trail as BC recently to its class of 2014, two-star safety Kevin Bletzer.
Good things come in threes for the Yellow Jackets. A trio of three-star cornerbacks from the same high school all last week -- Lawrence Austin, Lance Austin and Qua Searcy.
Three-star linebacker Kendall Joseph almost committed to Duke but after a particularly persuasive phone call from Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables. Instead, he committed to the Tigers.
Miami to its highly rated class of 2013, defensive tackle Julio Derosier.
Six recent commits have made Pitt’s class of 2014 look . Of that group, multisport star Avante Maddox is an .
The red light only flashed once last week as N.C. State accepted a commit from safety Dexter Wright.
Find out where Virginia stands with a slew of .
And before we switch over to hoops, check out our ACC Football Commitment Lists: Coastal Division.
Syracuse and Duke have both to center Goodluck Okonoboh.
Elite wing JaQuan Lyle has a with Louisville assistant Kevin Keatts.
Boston College scored a commit from European big Bill Magarity, whose is still in question.
Three top-10 recruits, Jahil Okafor, Tyus Jones and Justise Winslow, are considering playing college ball together as a package deal. Duke .
Check out Andrew Harrington’s break down of the , which featured several class of 2014 ACC commits.
Harry Giles, the top-rated player in the class of 2016, recently suffered an that will require surgery. UNC, N.C. State, Duke and Wake Forest are all among the programs recruiting Giles.
That wraps up another week in ACC recruiting news.