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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Jan. 16

Thursday, January 16, 2014 3:40pm
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


Edoga is a top 50 recruit, and one of the best offensive guards in his class. The Tennessee Vols are his current leaders, but Clemson has found their way into his top five, so there’s that. He visited their campus back in late August for the UGA game.

With the dead period over, Clemson’s recruiting director is back out on the road.


Hockaday is a 2015 safety from Illinois. It looks like Duke will be competing with a host of Big Ten schools in this recruiting battle.

Florida State

Georgia Tech

The four-star Shelley is a top 20 cornerback in the 2015 class. Clemson appears to be the heavy favorite, but we’ll see if Tech’s offer has any impact on the native of Tucker, Ga.


Ford was a one-time Louisville commitment, but that all changed when Charlie Strong took off for Texas.



Semerene is a three-star kicker and punter, who will be joined by high school teammate, Justin Goldberg, as preferred walk-ons for the Canes next season.

North Carolina

UNC’s staff is all over the state of North Carolina. Larry Fedora will be in Winston-Salem to visit with West Forsyth’s Jalen Dalton - a four-star DE.

Corbin Daly - the No. 2 punter in the 2014 class, according to 247Sports.com - and Devin Perry - a three-star WR - are both uncommitted in will be in the Dean Dome when UNC plays host to BC.


The five-star Brown is one of the top wing forwards in the 2015 class. 17 schools, including N.C. State, have offered the 6-7 Brown, who plays for one of the top basketball programs in the southeast - Marietta (Ga.) Wheeler High.

This would be Cullen Homolka. It will be interesting to see what kind of impact Homolka can have on the Pack’s recruiting, going forward.

Notre Dame



Think Boeheim is selling this ACC thing?


Virginia Tech

Wake Forest

Trevion Armstrong, a 4-star WR, is apparently hearing from both Wake Forest and Virginia Tech.