One team in the ACC had a great week in basketball and football. A few other schools also picked up some commits, as well.
The Yellow Jackets had a good week on the recruiting trail on the gridiron and the hardwood. Paul Johnson kicked things off by landing a three-star offensive lineman in Gary Brown. To follow suit, Brian Gregory got a commit from 6-10 center Ben Lammers, his second commitment of the 2014 recruiting cycle.
Duke is still in the runnng for 2015 SG Charles Matthews, who trimmed his list to 10 this week.
The Tar Heels are also in the running for a 2014 prospect in Rashad Vaughn, who cut his list to seven after cutting Kentucky, UConn and UCLA.
The Blue Devils also got a commitment from 2014 running back Shaun Wilson out of Charlotte (NC) West Mecklenberg. Wilson picked the Devils over Wake Forest and Louisville.
Florida State landed a tight end out of New Jersey in Ryan Izzo. The four-star Izzo picked the Noles over Rutgers and Wisconsin.
Wake Forest 2014 basketball commit Isaac Haas says he can see past the current problems for Jeff Bzdelik and the Demon Deacons.
An interesting read on how the Syracuse football staff balances recruiting with recovery during a bye-week.
In baseball, the Miami Hurricanes possess the No. 4 recruiting class in the nation.
A few Clemson football commits had big weekends, especially Alex Spence, who kicked a game-winning field goal.
Virginia Tech and Frank Beamer continues its recruiting success this season, currently ranked 21st in the nation.