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ACC Recruiting Twitter Compilation, Oct. 31

Thursday, October 31, 2013 8:22pm
We've collected today's top ACC-related recruiting tweets from Twitter. They're listed below and divided up by school.

Boston College

Landry hails from North Carolina. As our BC Insider pointed out earlier this week, his commitment to the Eagles seems a bit shaky right now.


Feaster is a speedy sophomore tailback. Clemson, UNC and FSU are all currently recruiting Feaster - all three of those schools have offered him, too.


Allen is a four-star SG that committed to the Blue Devils back in April. He is, so far, their lone commit in the 2014 class - don’t expect it to stay that way. Also - he’s visiting Durham this weekend.

Florida State

Here’s the list of all the guys the Seminoles will be hosting in Tallahassee this weekend when the Hurricanes come to town. Marlon Humphrey - the nation’s top CB in the 2014 class - will be in town. It will be interesting to see if a big win from the Noles could vault them to the top spot on his list, which is currently occupied by Alabama.

Georgia Tech

Webster is from outside of Atlanta. However, the Yellow Jackets are playing catch-up against FSU and Ole Miss.


Tabor is one of the top prospects in the nation’s capital; he’s in the 2014 class. He’s set-up three official visit, and Maryland will the first shot at him, when they host Tabor Nov. 8. He’ll go to Florida and Alabama in the weeks after.

North Carolina

Caleb Samuel, a 2014 commit for the Heels, visited over the weekend for the Boston College game.

N.C. State

NCSU will host three-star safety Randy Ramsey on an official visit this weekend. The Wolfpack are at the top of Ramsey’s list - along with Kentucky.

Notre Dame

Jackson is the top ATH in the country and the No. 7 overall prospect in the class of 2014.



Keihn is a four-star LB from the Baltimore, Md. area. His top five schools include: Virginia, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Penn State and Miami. According to Keihn, Virginia Tech was his initial leader, but his says Virginia and Maryland have caught up, and are in a three-way tie at the top of his list.