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ACC Breakdown

Duke sits atop the ACC team rankings with a couple five-star prospects. Right behind Duke is North Carolina with its five-star recruit Isaiah Hicks.

Isaiah Hicks is a versatile forward with length.

ACC Rankings


1. Duke (#3 nationally)

2. North Carolina (#9 nationally)

3. North Carolina State (#15 nationally)

4. Maryland (#25 nationally)

5. Florida State (#32 nationally)

6. Virginia (#45 nationally)

7. Miami

8. Wake Forest

9. Virginia Tech

10. Georgia Tech

11. Clemson

12. Boston College

ACC Breakdown


Leading the ACC and ranked No. 3 nationally, Duke brings in a powerful trio, including five-star forwards Jabari Parker and Semi Ojeleye…. North Carolina follows with a top 10 nationally ranked class led by five-star forward Isaiah Hicks…. At No. 3 in the conference, North Carolina State has a trio of four-star recruits on the way…. Maryland (No. 4) has its point guard of the future in five-star prospect Roddy Peters…. An inside-outside duo of four-star prospects has Florida State at No. 5…. Virginia is the final nationally ranked team out of the ACC…. Miami has a solid four-man class but two of the prospects- Derrick Griffin and Cornelius Elder - are primarily football players.

Best by Position


PG Roddy Peters (#4 nationally) Maryland

SG Xavier Rathan-Mayes (#14 nationally) Florida State

SF Jabari Parker (#3 nationally) Duke

PF Isaiah Hicks (#5 nationally) North Carolina

C Kennedy Meeks (#6 nationally) North Carolina

By the Numbers


30: The number of 2013 ACC recruits

4: The number of five-star ACC recruits

12: The number of four-star ACC recruits

17: The number of states represented by ACC recruits

6: The number of ACC recruits from Virginia (state with the most ACC recruits)

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