ACC class rankings analysis
November, 13, 2013
By Jared Shanker | ESPN Insider
The recruiting rankings have not seen much shifting since the start of the season, but that could change soon. A few decommitments and official visitors could benefit the ACC in the coming weeks. Here’s a look at how things are shaping up among ACC classes this week:
Trending up: Pittsburgh hosted several of its top targets in the season opener against Florida State and the Panthers were promptly blown out. But some of those prospects returned this weekend and watched the Panthers upset Notre Dame in one of the better atmospheres for a Pitt game since the program moved its games to Heinz Field. ESPN 300 prospects Alex Bookser, Montae Nicholson and Adonis Jennings were in attendance, and Jennings parted ways with Rutgers following the trip. Dravon Henry, the No. 1 player in Pennsylvania, was at West Virginia but he is a Pitt legacy. And out-of-state receiver Jamil Kamara (Virginia Beach, Va./Bishop Sullivan), No. 269 in the ESPN 300, watched on TV and said he sees a bright future for Pitt.
12:00 PM ET Georgia Tech Virginia Tech 12:00 PM ET Iowa Pittsburgh 12:30 PM ET Maryland Syracuse 12:30 PM ET Tulane Duke 1:00 PM ET Maine Boston College 3:30 PM ET Louisville Florida International 3:30 PM ET Virginia 21 BYU 3:30 PM ET Army Wake Forest 3:30 PM ET North Carolina East Carolina 6:00 PM ET Presbyterian North Carolina State 8:00 PM ET Miami (FL) 24 Nebraska 8:00 PM ET 22 Clemson 1 Florida State