We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.
Richard - a four-star TE, who committed to the Tigers back in April - is now turning his efforts towards recruiting others to join him in Clemson’s loaded 2014 class, including five-stars Marlon Humphrey and Raekwon McMillan.
Georgia OL Kaleb Kim is becoming a wanted prospect. Kim’s got offers from those three schools plus UNC, Tennessee, Duke and BC, so there’s a lot of ACC interest in this recruitment.
Horton is a 2015 prospect from the Atlanta area. He’s big-time, and also a massive 300-pounder. Vanderbilt and Virginia have also offered him.
Looks like #Arizona has moved into the picture in a big way for Jalen Tabor after visit.— Mike Farrell (@rivalsmike) November 18, 2013
Interesting news here on Tabor. Maryland has always seemed to be near the top of his list.
Update on four-star #Canes OT commit Kc McDermott (Palm Beach Central HS): 6-7, 305 according to his coach. Benches 385, squats 435.— Matt Porter (@mattyports) November 18, 2013
UNC is still going hard after 2015 RB Bryce Love, and Larry Fedora is personally helping out with this recruitment. Love is a running back who all ACC teams would love to have. Pun very much intended.
Hogansville (GA) Calloway athlete Tez Parks says NC State is one of the teams recruiting him the hardest... http://t.co/VgxYoxBzRH— Pack Pride (@PackPride) November 18, 2013
Parks is a three-star safety from Georgia. The Wolfpack may be recruiting him hard, but they’ve got some ground to cover; Georgia Tech and Tennessee have both offered, and his interest level in those two schools is high.
The all-purpose Hines is having quite the junior season. He’s a major target for Dave Doeren’s program, along with: Clemson, UNC, and South Carolina. Ohio State and Urban Meyer are in the mix, too.
#UVa’s Mike London confirmed today that Andrew Brown has signed his grant-in-aid agreement and will enroll early.— CavsCorner (@Cavs_Corner) November 18, 2013
This is huge, HUGE news for the Cavaliers. Brown is considered by many to be the top defensive tackle in the Class of 2013. Consider this a major vote of confidence for Mike London...
#BoilerUp and I'm excited to play next year in the Big Ten and make my mark on history!!— Isaac Haas (@isaacbball44) November 18, 2013
Ouch. That one hurts for the Demon Deacons. Haas was originally a pleasant recruiting surprise. Now he becomes a painful disappointment for Bzdelik and Co.