N.C. State became the latest school to offer Levonta Taylor of Ocean Lakes High in Virginia. Old Dominion has also offered the athlete of the class of 2016.
Clemson's recent recruitment of Donte Grantham is one of Brad Brownell's most impactful players since the signing of Milton Jennings in 2009.
Malachi Dupre and Marlon Humphrey are both considering playing for FSU next year. Dupre and Humphrey are both rated to be at the top of their 2014 class at wide receiver and cornerback, respectively.
Earlier this week, offensive lineman Aaron Roberts verbally committed to play for Syracuse. He is a three-star recruit out of De La Salle Institute in Chicago. Roberts became the Orange's 13th recruit.
Virginia Tech landed the 21st member of its 2014 recruiting class with defensive tackle Ricky Walker. Walker is a four-star recruit out of Virginia and chose the Hokies over 20 other schools, including eight other ACC schools.
Jabril Robinson is the lowest-ranked recruit in Clemson's 2014 class, but in six games he has racked up 41 tackles and four sacks for his North Brunswick (N.C.) team.
Jahlil Okafor announced that he is going to be a package deal in order to play basketball with Tyus Jones. Duke and Kansas are currently seen as the favorites to land the two.
Miami is trying to pull wide receiver Da'Vante Phillips away from his commitment to Florida. Phillips definitely has a connection to the Hurricanes, as he is from Miami and plays high school ball for Miami Central, in the Canes' backyard.
UNC and Duke are showing interest in New Hampton Prep power forward Tyler Lydon. Lydon is a four-star 2015 recruit out of New Hampshire and has already recieved offers from Boston College, Maryland, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
Georgia Tech recently offered wide receiver Darnell Salomon, of Champagnat Catholic in Florida. He has also recieved offers from LSU and UCF.