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Duke becomes one of the first teams to kick off spring practice today, and the Charlotte Observer has a full preview of what’s in store for the defending Coastal Division champs.
After inking one of the top classes in the nation in 2014, Tomahawk Nation looks at Florida State’s big needs for the 2015 signing class.
Mike London brought an influx of “quality players” with this year’s recruiting class, writes the Daily Progress.
Logan Thomas could still be a second-round selection in the NFL draft, writes the Roanoke Times.
Clemson figures to have its star QB for the future in DeShaun Watson, who Bleacher Report projects could be the Tigers’ starter when the season begins in September.
Aside from Watson, The State breaks down all of Clemson’s 2014 signings from Wednesday.
Steve Addazio figures to have a lot more to work with at Boston College after Wednesday’s sizable signing class, writes the Boston Herald.
As always with Paul Johnson’s teams, the rankings don’t tell the story of Georgia Tech’s signing class, writes the Atlanta Journal-Consitution.
With Mark Stoops scoring big recruits at Kentucky, the Lexington Herald-Leader wonders if the balance of power in the state has shifted away from Louisville.
The Sun-Sentinel writes that not all Miami fans are overly excited with the Hurricanes’ haul on national signing day.
Syracuse inked a big class of receivers only to find out its wide receivers coach was leaving for the NFL. Now Scott Shafer has some explaining to do, writes The Post-Standard.
Syracuse isn’t the only ACC school losing its receivers coach for the NFL. Pitt’s Bobby Engram is headed to the Baltimore Ravens, writes the Post-Gazette.
CBS Sports finds an instant impact player from each school from this year’s signing class, with more than a few big names in the ACC.