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Weekend recruiting wrap: ACC 

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Miami was active with recruiting for its offensive line this weekend, while Florida State hosted one of its top targets on an official. Also, Duke and Virginia Tech each landed recruits for their 2015 class, and Maryland rebounded in a big way.

Biggest offer: If there is one thing Wisconsin does consistently well, it's produce offensive linemen. With that in mind, the Miami Hurricanes have offered one of the Badgers' commitments, George Panos (Hartland, Wis./Arrowhead). At 6-foot-5, 312 pounds, Panos isn't necessarily a prototypical guard for most programs, but his big size would give any offensive line some extra beef. Panos has been committed to the Badgers since April, but has also taken an official visit to NC State. Other schools that have offered him include Arkansas, Florida State, NC State, Nebraska and Pittsburgh.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: Big Ten 

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There were quite a few big games within the Big Ten this weekend, which means there were big recruiting implications as well. Here is a look at the happenings on the recruiting trail around the conference.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: Pac-12 

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A huge win at USC was witnessed by a number of big-time recruits, while Washington added a second commitment to its 2015 class and UCLA provided another statement to recruits, utilizing the talents of a two-way freshman. Also, a USC commit had a big day, and the top tailback in the West region went even bigger, in this week's Pac-12 weekend recruiting wrap.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: SEC 

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As usual, there was a lot of recruiting news around the SEC over the weekend. There were a few commitments and Auburn hosted several visitors for its last-second win over Georgia. Here’s a closer look at some of the top SEC storylines.


Biggest commitment: Mississippi State may have suffered a hard-fought loss to Alabama on Saturday night, but the Bulldogs did get some good news on the recruiting front. ESPN Junior 300 linebacker Tim Washington (Yazoo City, Miss./Yazoo City) verbally committed to Mississippi State late on Saturday night.

Washington is ranked as the 247th-best player in the ESPN Junior 300 and the No. 5-ranked player in the state of Mississippi for the 2015 recruiting cycle.

The Bulldogs were also close to landing their second ESPN Junior 300 member on Saturday. The No. 27 prospect in the country in the Class of 2015, T.D. Moton (Baton Rouge, La./Woodlawn), according to multiple reports, gave a verbal commitment to Mississippi State. However, Moton said Sunday he had not gave his pledge to the Bulldogs.

"I have to weigh my options," Moton said in a text message. "I haven't seen Alabama, Ole Miss or Florida State, so I'm taking my time. I haven't talked to coach [Dan] Mullen yet, either. But Mississippi State is one of my favorites."

Moton also holds offers from LSU, Georgia, Florida State, Notre Dame and many other schools. He is the sixth-rated defensive tackle in the 2015 class and the No. 2 prospect in Louisiana next year.


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Weekend recruiting wrap: Big 12 

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While Kansas broke its recruiting slump, Oklahoma managed to pick up two players on Sunday. One of them filled a huge need.

There were several other updates involving Big 12 targets from this weekend, including one four-star athlete announcing when he will make his final decision. That player said he most likely will end up in the Big 12.

Here are some of last week’s highlights:


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