Weekend recruiting wrap: ACC 

October, 28, 2013
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It wasn't a banner day for the ACC on Saturday, but Florida State, the conference's top-ranked team, was the center of the focus with several impact visitors on campus.

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Biggest visitor: Dalvin Cook (Miami/Miami Central) was the star visitor in Tallahassee Saturday afternoon. The Florida Gators’ running back commitment took an official visit to their in-state rivals to see what the Seminoles offense might have to offer him. Cook isn't necessarily wavering in his commitment to Florida, but has made comments that he is paying attention to their offensive struggles. His recruitment probably won't change for a while, if at all, but this was a big chance to get one of the country's top running backs on campus for Florida State. Cook is a four-star recruit and the No. 23 prospect in the country.

Biggest offer: There weren't any major commitments made this weekend, and offers were hard to find. Duke and Virginia issued some. The Cavaliers have targeted Cornelius Floyd (Miami/Gulliver Prep), a 2014 athlete who also has offers from ACC programs Pittsburgh and Wake Forest. Duke offered 2015 defensive lineman David Ryslik (Highstown, N.J./The Peddie School). The Blue Devils are the first to go ahead and offer Ryslik, but he's been getting plenty of interest at 6-foot-4, 270 pounds.
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