ACC recruiting nuggets: Looking at 2010

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

Here is the latest report from ESPN's Tom Luginbill:

Seminoles on top for ESPNU 150 CB Greg Reid

Name: Greg Reid, CB
Valdosta, GA
Lowndes H.S.
Scouts Grade: 85
ESPN150 Rank: 15
Position Rank: 2

Under Armour All-American Greg Reid has eliminated Florida and canceled his Alabama trip for this coming weekend, scheduling a visit to Tennessee instead.

Florida State is his current leader, ESPN's JC Shurburtt reports, but he has yet to visit Georgia.

Reid told ESPN affiliate Web site TotalUGA.com, "Right now, I'd have to say Florida State is leading. It just felt like home there. They made me feel real comfortable and I really like the coaches. Everything about it felt good and like home."

Offensive tackle Nolan MacMillan names finalists

Name: Nolan MacMillan, OT
Princeton, N.J.
The Hun School Of Princeton (NJ)
Scouts Grade: 77

MacMillan will decide between Boston College, Georgia Tech, Iowa and Virginia, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

He said, "I wouldn't say I have a front-runner, but things are starting to work themselves out in my mind."

The 6-foot-6 prospect is slated to make his final official visit this weekend to Boston College.

Yellow Jackets offer '10 Watch Lister Lo Wood

Name: Lo Wood, CB
Apopka, Fla.
Apopka H.S.

Junior ESPNU 150 Watch List cornerback Lo Wood picked up a scholarship offer Wednesday from Georgia Tech, ESPN's JC Shurburtt reports.

The Apopka talent is also being recruited by programs such as Stanford, Michigan, Auburn, Florida and Georgia.

Wood registered 35 tackles and intercepted five passes during his junior campaign.

Junior Connor Shaw picks up another offer

Name: Connor Shaw, ATH
Flowery Branch, Ga.
Flowery Branch H.S.

Class of 2010 ESPNU150 Watch List member Connor Shaw picked up a scholarship offer from South Carolina on Tuesday after Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier stopped by his school with assistant coaches Shane Beamer and Lorenzo Ward, ESPN's JC Shurburtt reports.

Shaw was offered by the Gamecocks as a quarterback. South Carolina joins Stanford and Georgia Tech, where his older brother Jaybo is a quarterback, in offering Connor.

Junior Blake Lueders already holding nine offers

Name: Blake Lueders, DE
Zionsville, Ind.
Zionsville Community H.S.

Class of 2010 ESPNU 150 Watch List defensive lineman Blake Lueders has been offered by nine programs, according to his father Dan Lueders.

Boston College, Indiana, Iowa, Northwestern, North Carolina, Purdue, Stanford, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest are already after the Zionsville, Ind., prospect.

Lueders registered 128 total tackles and three sacks as a junior, earning Class 4A All-State recognition.