Wednesday, February 5, 2014
ACC's lunch links
By David M. Hale
Welcome to the only day of the year when fax machines are still the nation’s most important technology.
Tomahawk Nation takes a look at Florida State’s potential haul on the offensive line — the one area the Seminoles have struggled to recruit in recent years.
FSU swiped a top defensive tackle from Virginia Tech at the last minute, writes the Roanoke Times.
Derrick Nnadi fills a major need for the Seminoles, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
In-state players are sticking around to attend UNC, Duke and NC State more often, writes the Charlotte Observer.
Not sure this is necessarily a good thing in the longterm, but the Atlanta Journal Constitution writes that Paul Johnson has had more success with his two-star recruits at Georgia Tech than he’s had with his four-star players.
Pitt lost a QB recruit to Vanderbilt at the last minute, writes the Post-Gazette.
Virginia is expecting a stellar signing class when Wednesday is over, writes the Daily Progress.
There’s plenty of pressure on Al Golden and Miami to bring in a solid class, writes the Miami Herald.
Steve Addazio is expected to add an influx of talent at BC today, writes the Boston Herald.
As NC State adds talent today, Backing the Pack takes a look at the early enrollees already on campus.
The Post and Courier runs down Clemson’s full scholarship list in advance of signing day.
USA Today lists its top storylines for national signing day.