The holiday season is fast approaching, and with it, so too is national signing day.ACC programs are scrambling to firm up their commitment lists and add to them as well.
Versatile scorer can defend both guard positions.
So which teams left spring with the most questions? Our ACC reporters discuss.
1dDavid M. Hale
QB Reggie Bonnafon took steps to lead Louisville; FSu might have found its next great receiver in Ja'Vonn Harrison.
Here are a few candidates for big seasons, including several who leveraged spring ball as a springboard toward the fall.
1dDavid M. Hale
Deshaun Watson will be the talk of the ACC for the next few months until we see what he looks like when he's healthy again.
No program was able to boast quite like Florida State, which during the 2015 NFL draft set a couple of records.
Certainty at quarterback helps put Georgia Tech in top spot.
The ACC had 47 players taken in this year's NFL draft, the second-highest total in ACC history behind a record 51 picks in 2005.
Jameis Winston's rookie contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers precludes him from playing professional baseball, according to a report.
Ohio State has the top spot locked down, but TCU, Auburn and a few other programs have the look of early playoff contenders.
In the moments after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Jameis Winston the first pick in the draft Thursday night, the team agreed to terms on a contract with the quarterback.
Jameis Winston tweeted a photo of himself posing in front of a serving of crab legs after being drafted with the No. 1 overall pick Thursday night.
After months of intensive research, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers used the first overall draft pick on Jameis Winston, who is hoping to "gain everyone's trust" despite his checkered past.
Florida State could end up setting more NFL draft records this weekend with potentially 29 players selected over the past three years.
6dDavid M. Hale
If UNC's Larry Fedora is Wolverine, then which X-Men member would the other ACC coaches be?