Here is how schools from the ACC ranked in football recruiting, according to averages from several websites, including 247sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout.
Florida State: Seminoles rated No. 1 or 2 nationally; class includes nation’s No. 1-rated cornerback Levonta Taylor of Virginia Beach, Va.
Clemson: Tigers were among the top 10 nationally; Dexter Lawrence, the No. 2-ranked defensive tackle nationally, is Clemson’s five-star signee.
Miami: Hurricanes landed a pair of four-star receivers from Florida and were ranked about 20th nationally.
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Pittsburgh: Panthers signed three four-star defensive tackles and defensive back Damar Hamlin, considered Pittsburgh’s top high school player.
Duke: Blue Devils, Pitt, North Carolina and Louisville all ranked between 30 and 40 nationally; Blue Devils landed Scott Bracey of Richmond, Va., the nation’s No. 7-ranked wide receiver.
North Carolina: 26 signees constitutes the largest class in the ACC; Chazz Surratt of East Lincoln leads the way; 16 signees are defensive players.
Louisville: Quarterback Jawon Pass, a four-star recruit, leads the Cardinals’ class.
Virginia Tech: Jerod Evans, one of Texas’ top high school quarterbacks, is headed to Blacksburg.
N.C. State: Defensive tackle Shug Frazier of Buford, Ga., and Mallard Creek receiver Thaddeus Moss are the big names.
Georgia Tech: Most signees are from Georgia, but the group includes defensive end Jordan Woods of Florida.
Wake Forest: Linemen were the top signees – offensive tackle Taleni Suhren of Ardrey Kell and defensive tackle Sulaiman Kamara of Richmond, Va.
Virginia: A class heavy on receivers and defensive backs also includes the nation’s No. 1 kicker, Holland Corbett.
Syracuse: The Orange lost a couple recruits but kept receiver Moe Neal of Gastonia Forestview.
Boston College: The Eagles and Georgia Tech had the smallest ACC recruiting classes (18); with no four- or five-star players, the top name was center Shane Leonard of Massachusetts.