With signing day just a week away, here's a quick look at how recruiting is shaping up in the ACC's Atlantic Division.
(Rankings are based on 247Sports Composite Ratings, which include data from 247Sports, Rivals, Scout, ESPN and others).
(#44, 27 commitments, 0 5-star, 0 4-star, 23 3-star)
Top commitments include running back Jonathan Hillman, who had an offer from Alabama; defensive end Harold Landry, who was recruited by Clemson and FSU; and in-state linebacker Connor Strachan. The Eagles have five early enrollees, including offensive lineman Jon Baker, quarterback Darius Wade, wide receiver Isaac Yiadom, safety Allen Dawson and Landry.
(#14, 19 commitments, 0 5-star, 10 4-star, 9 3-star)
The Tigers have restocked at the wide receiver position with four top-20 prospects – Artavis Scott, Demarre Kitt, Kyrin Priester and Travion Thompson – and at quarterback with top-rated Deshaun Watson. Other strengths include linebacker (Korie Rogers and Chris Register), tight end (Milan Richard and Cannon Smith), and running back (C.J. Fuller, Jae'lon Oglesby and Adam Choice).
(#5, 28 commitments, 1 5-star, 14 4-star, 12 3-star)
Five-star running back Dalvin Cook (previously committed to both Clemson and Florida) is an early enrollee who'll make up for the early departure of Devonta Freeman and James Wilder, Travis Rudolph will have a chance for early playing time in place of Kelvin Benjamin. The Seminoles are adding two four-star quarterbacks in J.J. Cosentino and Treon Harris and three four-star offensive linemen Alec Eberle, Corey Martinez and Chad Mavety.
(#45, 18 commitments, 0 5-star, 0 4-star, 17 3-star)
New coach Bobby Petrino is scrambling down the home stretch after losing several highly-rated commitments in the wake of Charlie Strong's departure for Texas. Currently, the Cardinals' class is comprised mostly of high three-star prospects like defensive back Nilijah Ballew, quarterback Reggie Bonnafon, defensive backs Michael Johnson and De'Eric Culver and defensive end Terry Ramsey.
(#33, 30 commitments, 0 5-star, 2 4-star, 25 3-star)
The league's largest class is heavily tilted toward defensive improvement, highlighted by four-star defensive ends Kentavious Street and Justin Jones and highly-rated linebaker Germaine Pratt. Coach Dave Doeren has strengthened the Wolfpack's position in-state versus rival North Carolina. State's commitment list includes quarterback Jalan McClendon, cornerback Troy Vincent and offensive linemen Will Richardson and Tyler Jones
(#58, 17 commitments, 0 5-star, 1 4-star, 15 3-star)
The Orange is just beginning to find its way around the ACC recruiting landscape, but coach Scott Shafer has nonetheless put together a solid class, headlined by four-star wideout K.J. Williams. The Orange took a blow when Wake Forest nabbed defensive tackle Zeek Rodney off the Syracuse commitment list. Top additions include quarterback Alin Edouard, wide receivers Chris Slayton and Jamal Custis and cornerback Juwan Dowels.
(#66, 18 commitments, 0 5-star, 0 4-star, 16 3-star)
Time will tell how new coach Dave Clawson will adapt Wake's recruiting footprint, but for now, he appears to be doing well mining the same pool of high three-stars that Jim Grobe utilized. The Deacon picked up a recent flip from Louisville in defensive end Rashawn Shaw, and have shown continued staying power with selected in-state prospects, including wide receiver Jaylan Barbour, running back Isaiah Robinson, defensive back Lemar Harris and linebacker Kalin McNeil.