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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Nov. 4

Monday, November 4, 2013 11:00pm
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


Kitt - a four-star WR from Georgia - committed to the Tigers back in May over Alabama, Arkansas and Auburn. He’s having a very strong senior season for Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek High. Kaleb Kim, an offensive lineman from Hoschton (Ga.) Mill Creek, talks about the recruiting process and his visit to Clemson. Kim currently has offers from Tennessee, Duke and North Carolina.


From Sunday, Duke has offered one of the top prospects in North Carolina.

Florida State

Williams, who committed to the Seminoles on Oct. 22, visited Tallahassee this weekend, and was in Doak Campbell to watch FSU take Miami behind the woodshed. Here’s more on Williams, too: he’s replaced Gaillard - a four-star DT who committed to UGA in July - on NC’s roster for the Shrine Bowl. Sousa - a three-star WR from Orlando in the 2014 class - committed to the Seminoles back in June. While his verbal remains solid, an offer from the in-state Gators is something that can’t be taken with only a grain of salt. The dual-threat Harris pledged his services to FSU back in July. He was in Tallahassee this weekend, too, and he liked what he saw. Ragnow is a big 6-6, 290 pound OT. He visited Arkansas this past weekend, and apparently that went swimmingly. The three-star tackle has the Razorbacks among his favorites - along with: Florida State, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. This would be ATH Adoree’ Jackson and RB Joe Mixon. This pair of five-star recruits were both in the Sunshine State - along with everyone else, it seems - to watch the Noles beat-up Miami. Despite the distance between California and FSU, the Seminoles are in very good position with both of these athletes.




Patrick is a big-time tailback prospect in the 2015 class. He’s very on high Florida State, Florida, Miami and Michigan. The 6-6 Prince, who hails from Greenbelt, is one of the top overall prospects in Maryland - a state known for it’s crabcakes and football. Going up against Penn State and Florida - the Gators, by the way, appear to be his leader - won’t be easy, but the Terps will have the homefield advantage.

North Carolina

UNC has had success in Georgia with recruits lately. They’re now getting interest from Kaleb Kim, an OT with offers from Duke, Miami of Ohio and Tennessee. Shocker, UNC is back in the Peach State looking at another OT. UNC will have some competition with Auburn, Florida State and Mississippi. It’s still early for the class of 2016, but UNC is already making contact with this SG from Virginia.

N.C. State

Win or lose - a big rivalry game equates to an opportune time to host several key recruits.


UVa. got dropped by Clemson this weekend 59-10, which puts the Cavaliers’ 2013 record at 2-7. Head coach Mike London is on shaky ground, but Blanding - to crown jewel of his 2014 recruiting class - claims his verbal to UVa. is still strong.

Virginia Tech

Christian is ranked by 247Sports.com as the No. 1 player in Maryland for the 2015 class. The four-star ATH’s top three schools, as of right now, consist of Maryland, Virginia Tech and South Carolina.