Best of the visits: ACC

As expected, Saturday’s Florida State-Clemson game in Tallahassee, Florida, took the recruiting world by storm. Not only did the Seminoles win in overtime in an electric atmosphere with a number of top prospects on hand, but Jimbo Fisher and staff reeled in a pair of 2016 prospects following the game, including a member of the ESPN Jr. 300.

Along with Florida State, Virginia Tech and Duke hosted a number of key visitors in the classes of 2015, 2016 and beyond.

Heading into Saturday’s Florida State game, ESPN Jr. 300 No. 75 Janarius Robinson was considered a heavy lean to the Seminoles. Before making the 100-mile drive to Tallahassee from Panama City, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound defensive end tweeted out this picture letting Florida State fans know he was in transit.

Robinson followed with this tweet and Instagram photo after the game, announcing that he had committed to Florida State.

Robinson followed up with the picture of the actual commitment to Jimbo Fisher this morning.

A second class of 2016 defensive end to commit to Florida State was Josh Brown, who hails from Charlotte, North Carolina. Like Robinson, he committed to Jimbo Fisher and staff following the game. Before he committing, Brown tweeted this:

Among the slew of visitors in 2015 and 2016 were ESPN 300 No. 10 and Florida State commit George Campbell and top 2016 tight end target Isaac Nauta. Nauta, No. 42 in the ESPN Jr. 300, provided this picture with Campbell before kickoff.

The key uncommitted official visit in Tallahassee over the weekend was ESPN 300 No. 61 Matt Burrell Jr. The versatile offensive line prospect officially visited Ohio State Sept. 6, and currently lists the Buckeyes as his favorite over Florida State, Penn State, Florida and Alabama. Burrell will officially visit Penn State Oct. 24 and Florida Nov. 14.

Burrell Jr. sent out this picture Saturday afternoon sporting a Seminoles jersey.

Another 2015 prospect of note in attendance was Alabama commitment Ronnie Harrison.

The uber impressive list of prospects on hand for the Florida State win over Clemson also included arguably the top 2017 prospect in the country, LSU commitment Dylan Moses.

Meanwhile, the Virginia Tech Hokies big official visit weekend took a major hit with the left knee injury to the nation's No. 1 Josh Sweat on Friday night, which kept him hospitalized.

In a protected tweet, ESPN300 No. 90 and North Carolina lean Jalen Dalton commented on both the Tar Heels and Hokies losing to East Carolina back-to-back weeks.

@JalenDalton5: ECU has beat my top 2 teams #IsThatASign

ESPN300 No. 5 Kevin Toliver II sent out this tweet early Saturday morning.

While Toliver II is expected to remain firm with LSU, he is very good friends with Hokies freshman wide receiver Isaiah Ford.

Among the top juniors on hand in Blacksburg Saturday was ESPN Jr. 300 No. 103 Devante Brooks.

Brooks has the Hokies on top of his recruitment, but unofficial visits coming up to Penn State Sept. 27 and Tennessee Oct. 11.

Watching Duke move to an impressive 4-0 start was top class of 2016 commitment, ESPN Jr. 300 No. 32 Scott Bracey.

Another ESPN Jr. 300 prospect on hand for Duke's win Saturday was No. 148 and former North Carolina commit Antonio Williams.