Ohio State and Alabama among the teams already putting together strong 2017 classes.
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It should come as no surprise that Clemson led the ACC with eight players invited to the NFL combine later this month in Indianapolis.
Miami added the No. 19-ranked class to a program that has a number of blue-chip recruits already, but the D-line could still be a problem area.
Florida State, which returns the likes of Dalvin Cook, has the nation's top recruiting class, but Clemson will be solid again with Deshaun Watson back.
Several early enrollee recruits in the ACC have a chance to get some experience this spring and make a significant impact in the fall.
Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer
Mark Richt is pleased with Miami's 18 commitments and points to his first class at Georgia as proof he's able to identify and sign future NFL players on short notice. His 2001 class at Georgia included Thomas Davis and Odell Thurman, rated as two-star recruits. David Pollack was listed as a three-star athlete. Miami signed the No. 19-ranked class with 10 ESPN 300 recruits.
Can new coach Mark Richt turn things around for the Hurricanes? The answers won't come until the fall, but there is reason for optimism.
With 16 ESPN 300 commits, FSU topped not only the ACC but also the country. Here's how the rest of the conference graded out after signing day.
New Hurricanes coach Mark Richt made use of social media to spread his message quickly, and it helped him assemble a top-20 class in short order.
Five schools have already gotten big leads in Class of 2017 recruiting.
Not a bad debut effort for Richt
The Hurricanes lost a couple of coveted recruits to Tennessee, but it was a solid debut overall for Mark Richt. Miami signed 10 ESPN 300 players, including No. 6 pocket passer Jack Allison and coveted WRs Sam Bruce and Dionte Mullins. Schlabach: Top storylines from signing day
Watch: Miami signing day coverage
Tune in for comprehensive coverage all day long as the next class of Miami stars sign the dotted line to play for the Hurricanes. Live on ESPN3
Tennessee flips another Miami commit
Four-star WR Latrell Williams flips from Miami to Tennessee. Tyler Byrd (No. 1 athlete in ESPN 300) made the same switch earlier.
Watch: Miami signing day press conference
Tune in to Miami's press conference to hear about the new signing class. What went down on national signing day for the Hurricanes? Live on ESPN3
A look back at the hits and misses from the ACC recruiting classes of three years ago.
The ACC's four new head coaches need look at Jimbo Fisher and David Cutcliffe, whose solid recruiting classes in Year 1 led to their long-term success.
A look at recent recruiting classes reveals why the Seminoles and Tigers are dominant in the ACC right now.
Longhorn State rules the 2016 class
A nation-leading 51 ESPN 300 players come from Texas in the 2016 class. Florida doesn't share the lead for the first time since 2006.
How will first-year head coaches fare?
Mark Richt's first recruting class at Miami and Kirby Smart's inaugural class at Georgia are among the top storylines to follow on national signing day. Top 10 things to watch
Lions hire Al Golden as tight ends coach
Detroit hired the former University of Miami coach to be its new tight ends coach today. Golden was head coach of the Hurricanes from 2011-15.
Ford gives Mark Richt a seventh commitment from all-important Dade and Broward counties in the 2017 class.
Before the Seminoles meet Clemson in late October, they will have to navigate a more difficult opening schedule than they did in 2015.