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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Dec. 11

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 4:23pm
By: ACCSports.com Staff

We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.


Boston College


Fruhmorgen is a top OT from the 2015 recruiting class. He has nearly 30 scholarship offers, and Alabama is considered the favorite - his father, John, played there in the 1980s. However, Dabo’s in-home visit went very well, according to Jake and John. Expect to see Fruhmorgen on Clemson’s campus for a visit sometime in the future.


Duke just offered Kalif Jackson out of Jacksonville (Fla.) Fletcher.

If Tyus Jones is a one and done like many assume, Dorsey could be the next PG in line for Duke.

Duke’s performance this year has apparently caught the eye of 2015’s George Brown, a 4-star offensive tackle out of Cincinnati.



JC Shurbutt of 247Sports.com has compiled his list of the top 20 football programs in terms of recruiting firepower. FSU is No. 7. Interestingly, UNC is on the list (No. 18) but Clemson is not.

Florida State

Why is this interesting? Because Lane is a five-star WR commitment for … Florida. Yep, recruiting is a soap opera. Only without Susan Lucci.




This is interesting, because, as you can tell by the hash tag, Crabtree is on a recruiting road trip with some junior college coaches.


North Carolina

Grier is from Davidson, N.C.. He’s one of the top pro-style quarterbacks in the 2014 class. His recruitment to Florida was led by the now-departed offensive coordinator Brent Pease. The firing of Pease, however, hasn’t had an impact on the commitment of Grier, which stays strong.

The three-star Collins committed to UNC back in April. Recruiting analyst Paul Strelow is a big fan of Collins; Strelow thinks Collins is one of the most unheralded recruits in North Carolina.

N.C. State

Knox is a three-star offensive tackle from Deland, Florida. He’s a fan of the Pack, but his two favorite schools - South Florida and Louisville (Charlie Strong recruiting well in Florida - weird, right?) - seem to have an advantage over his other pursuers. The Auburn Tigers are recruiting him, too.

The three-star Ruble is set to decide this Friday between NCSU, Maryland, and FSU. Here’s a little fun fact, too: Ruble, who plays both football and basketball for Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha Catholic, was the backup center on the basketball team last season to current NC State freshman BeeJay Anya.


Notre Dame


Pitt wasn’t in Fields’ final three anyway, but still this stings; he’s another local 2014 talent going across the border to play for the Mountaineers.


Wimbush is in the 2015 recruiting class. The Orange will have a lot of ground to cover if they’re going to climb Wimbush’s board; Ohio State, Miami and Vanderbilt have already offered, and are well-thought of, according to the QB. Boston College is in the mix, too.


Virginia Tech