- David M. Hale, ESPN Staff Writer
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Not an ACC story, but worth a read: SI digs into the story of former San Diego State star Adam Muema, who abruptly left the NFL combine and then… things got weird.
After years of shifting allegiances, this spring represents a return to normalcy for the ACC, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
With Jabari Hunt-Days academically ineligible, Georgia Tech is looking elsewhere for options at rush end, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The Roanoke Times continues its position breakdown at Virginia Tech with a look at the tight ends.
Former Hokies receiver D.J. Coles is headed west to start his career with the Oakland Raiders, writes the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Miami got a commitment from a 6-foot-5 quarterback on Thursday, though it hardly sounds like a done deal, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
It’s the big men in the trenches that have Clemson’s 2015 recruiting class ranked so highly, writes Tiger Net.
Tomahawk Nation looks at the best linebackers of the Jimbo Fisher era at Florida State.
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