ACC recruiting breakdown

Here's a look at how programs in the ACC are faring on the recruiting trail heading into national signing day on Feb. 6.

Boston College

Commitments: 14
ESPN 300 commitments: 0
Who they have: New coach Steve Addazio did a good job of keeping the class intact for the most part when he arrived at Boston College. Addazio is a Northeast guy and should do well recruiting in the future. The key was keeping top-rated commit and No. 36 pocket passer Tim Boyle (Middletown, Conn./Xavier). Boyle will have a few targets joining him in three-star receivers Charles Callinan (Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter's Prep) and Dan Monteroso (St. Clairsville, Ohio/St. Clairsville). The staff did a good job of keeping Myles Willis (Atlanta/Marist) in the class as he considered visiting schools when Frank Spaziani was let go.
Who they want: The weekend of Jan. 18 was supposed to be a big visitor weekend for the Eagles, but the list of visitors kept getting smaller as the weekend began. Three-star Gainesville (Fla.) running back Raphael Webb and Silas Spearman (Loxahatchee, Fla./Seminole Ridge) made the visit from the Sunshine State. The Eagles were hoping to get a chance to flip Damon Mitchell (Egg Harbor City, N.J./Cedar Creek) and Wendell Dunn (Miami/Palmetto), but neither made the trip. Hilton Head (S.C.) quarterback Michael Julian is a prospect the Eagles want to bring in as well, but it appears unlikely they will have an opportunity. Three-star guard Jack McDonald is from the Eagles' backyard in Boston College High School, but he is committed to Virginia.

-- Jared Shanker