We've culled all of today's ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter so you don't have to! They're listed below and divided up by school.
QB Deondre Francois out of Olympia HS in Orlando is one of the top quarterbacks in the class of 2015. The Tigers are the fourth school to offer him behind Louisville, West Virginia and North Carolina.
So yeah, this recruiting weekend is kind of a big deal for Clemson …
Grayson Allen is a fine addition to a Duke program celebrated for its wings: http://t.co/scX5Bw9xzA— Rob Harrington (@Rob_Harrington) August 28, 2013
Interesting breakdown here from Rob Harrington. Allen isn't exactly a prototypical Duke wing. He's a good but not great shooter who's reportedly a great finisher on the break.
RT“@DMcDonaldHoops: 2014 SG Ahmed Hill has cut his list down to Florida, Florida State, Indiana Marquette, and Missouri.”— Mizzou Recruiting (@MIZ_Recruiting) August 28, 2013
Florida State makes the cut for 2014 shooting guard Ahmed Hill. Hill is a four-star and a top 100 player according to Rivals.com.
2014 Miami commit Adonys Henriquez has decided to re-open his recruitment.— Alex Kline (@TheRecruitScoop) August 28, 2013
2014 Miami commit Adonys Henriquez has decided to re-open his recruitment.
Adonys Henriquez decommits from Miami, lands on the 2014 FSU Basketball Recruiting Board http://t.co/G1knOpDmzM— Run the Floor (@RunTheFloor) August 28, 2013
Henriquez will now again be targeted by in-state rival Florida State.
North Carolina recently offered Australia native Dante Exum.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDanielsFOX) August 28, 2013
Dante is the son of former UNC player Cecil Exum. There are a lot of rumors that he would go straight to the 2014 NBA draft out of high school because he will be eligible then. This should be an interesting recruitment to watch.
Georgia big man who’s built - 6-8, 255 - like former State post player/Georgia native Richard Howell.
Chryst says that they'd like to work down into Florida a little more, from a recruiting perspective, now that they're in the ACC.— Corey Dowlar/ESPN (@cdowlar) August 28, 2013
Makes sense to us.
Two of Fisher-Davis’ trips will be to Wake Forest and UVa.