The recruiting week in the ACC has centered around two states, as both Florida and Virginia programs added commitments while Miami has learned its NCAA fate.
Certainty at quarterback helps put Georgia Tech in top spot.
The ACC itself had 47 players taken in this year's NFL draft, the second-highest total in ACC history behind a record 51 picks in 2005.
Jameis Winston's rookie contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers precludes him from playing professional baseball, according to a report.
In the moments after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Jameis Winston the first pick in the draft Thursday night, the team agreed to terms on a contract with the quarterback.
Jameis Winston tweeted a photo of himself posing in front of a serving of crab legs after being drafted with the No. 1 overall pick Thursday night.
After months of intensive research, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers used the first overall draft pick on Jameis Winston, who is hoping to "gain everyone's trust" despite his checkered past.
Florida State could end up setting more NFL draft records this weekend with potentially 29 players selected over the past three years.
4dDavid M. Hale
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4dDavid M. Hale
Here are the ACC players we think are most likely to outperform and underperform their draft positions.
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Alabama has ruled the first round lately, but Florida State is staking a claim to supremacy
5dTom Luginbill and Todd McShay
A few NFL draft hopefuls have been scouted thoroughly since their high school days. Tom Luginbill and Todd McShay compare scouting reports.
Florida State, LSU, Georgia and Ohio State have a shot at knocking off the Crimson Tide
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher is harder on his quarterbacks than anyone else on the field, but his recent track record in the NFL draft shows his coaching style has clearly paid off.
Former FSU defensive back P.J. Williams, a projected early-round pick in the NFL draft, will not face DUI charges, his attorney told ESPN.com.
Mario Edwards Jr. of Florida State has changed his body and tried to change his reputation in advance of the NFL draft.