One ACC football program added seven commitments in last week. Another program has a coach who’s turning heads with his sense of humor on Twitter. And an elite basketball prospect is finally taking charge of his recruitment. Check out those stories and more, below.
Miami hauled in within the last week, headlined by Darrion Owens. That vaults the Canes up to the fifth , leading the ACC.
Virginia made a big pickup (literally and figuratively) with the addition of 6-4, 285-pound Andrew Brown.
Three-star inside linebacker Detric Dukes flipped his commitment .
Paul Johnson is becoming , which can only help Georgia Tech in recruiting.
A flurry of should stop Pitt fans from questioning Paul Chryst's ability to recruiting.
Clemson’s five-star quarterback commit Deshaun Watson is participating in a Nike event that on July 1.
Boston College’s 2014 recruiting class is nearing its capacity, already.
Three-star tight end Evan Butts recently .
Meanwhile, Virginia Tech to its class of 2014, unrated safety Shawn Payne and three-star offensive tackle Tyrell Smith.
Syracuse added its , two-star corner Rodney Williams.
Three-star running back Terence Ricks became Wake Forest’s in the class of 2014.
Dave Doeren’s red light has been awful busy lately. The Pack landed , headlined by three-star tight end Cole Cook.
N.C. State and North Carolina are both putting together .
Be sure to check out our updated .
Switching over to hoops, Rob Harrington wrote an excellent rundown of at the NBA Player Association’s Top 100 Camp.
Duke target and top-10 player in the class of 2014, small forward Kevon Looney, is , which was previously controlled by his parents.
That wraps up another week in ACC recruiting news.