Go ahead and debate who should have been in the inaugural College Football Playoff, but there’s no debating Bama, Oregon, FSU and OSU dominate in recruiting.
While nine ACC teams hosted opponents over the weekend, the big game on the recruiting trail in the conference took place in Columbus, Ohio, with Virginia Tech upsetting Ohio State 35-21.
ESPN 300 Hines to cut list todayESPN 300 No. 149 Nyheim Hines will announce his Top 7 at 7 ET tonight. While he's not technically cutting schools from consideration, programs that don't make the Top 7 are essentially out of contention at this point.
RecruitingNation takes a look at the 2015 recruits who most fill the needs of each of the ACC schools.Boston College EaglesThe Eagles have needs at both offensive line and wide receiver on offense, and this is especially true with both guards being seniors this season.
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- On Sunday, Frank Beamer hosted the first of two key one-day camps.While the July camp is considered the marquee event for the Hokies, several targets were on hand Sunday with a pair of key verbal offers going out.
Clemson has had a big week on the recruiting trail, as the Tigers picked up the nation's No. 2 tight end, Garrett Williams on Monday. With that, we figured now is as good of a time as any to compile an ACC recruiting scorecard.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte was the fifth Nike Football Training Camp stop for 2014. And after four straight strong turnouts, there was a bit of a dip in overall strength of talent.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The Nike Football Training Camp stopped here on Saturday, and while the weather was less than ideal prospects from North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia came out ready to compete for the chance to attend The Opening in early July.