With Wednesday’s release of the 2015 ESPN 300, here’s a look at five top ACC targets in the 2015 class.DT Trenton Thompson 6-4, 310 ESPN 300 rank: 1While Thompson is only seriously considering a pair of ACC schools, the defensive tackle from Albany, Ga.
Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey: We will shock a lot of people this year.
The Yellow Jackets coach talked about the improvement of QB Justin Thomas and which players are emerging in Atlanta.
Defensive end Rori Blair came to Pitt undersized, and now the sophomore is trying to do whatever it takes to add weight and earn a starting position.
Just as the Wake Forest Demon Deacons did with their strong cornerback play last season, the linebacking crew will be a centerpiece in 2015.
Just like our debate over the ACC’s best offenses, there are plenty of candidates to post the best unit on the defensive side. Virginia, Louisville and Boston College were all good last year and could take strides in 2015, too.
With possibly a dozen potential draft picks, all 32 NFL teams were represented at Florida State's pro day on Tuesday.
For Clemson, the back-to-basics approach this spring isn't so much a necessity as it is a new mantra for 2015.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was pleased with the Seminoles' first scrimmage of the spring.
ACC bloggers Andrea Adelson and David Hale debate whether North or not North Carolina has the ACC's best offense.
North Carolina QB Marquise Williams also took punishment in the passing game, having been sacked 26 times last season.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney responds to criticism from HBO Sports' John Oliver about Swinney's stance on being paid to play college sports.
NEW ORLEANS -- March has been kind to 2017 running back Cordarrian Richardson of Memphis Trezevant. The sophomore is quickly becoming a household name on the national recruiting trail.
While Josh Harvey-Clemons sat out 2014 because of NCAA transfer rules, he worked on growing as both a player and a person.
Quarterback Brad Kaaya and Miami's coaches said it was important to show that last year's meltdown was in the past.
Here's a quick rundown of a few of the biggest issues worth monitoring in the ACC so far this spring: