Duke Football is expected to have one of its most talented rosters in program history when David Cutcliffe's eleventh team takes the field on August 31st against Army in Wallace Wade Stadium. The Blue Devils boast All-Americans at linebacker (Joe Giles-Harris) and cornerback (Mark Gilbert), but that's not where the talent stops. Players on the offensive line, at running back, tight end, wide receiver and more will be among the nation's and ACC's best this season.

Giles-Harris and QB Daniel Jones met with the media at last week's ACC Kickoff, and Giles-Harris was effusive in his praise.

What I like most about Daniel is he's just, as I said about Coach Cut, he's consistent. He's a consistent leader. He's a good leader, and he's our leader. The best thing about him is he's a smart kid who works his butt off in the film room day in and day out. There's days where I will be leaving our facilities, and Daniel has been in there after school or whatever, Daniel has been in there since like 8:00 in the morning and it's like 10:00 at night and he's still watching film. You kind of look at him and you're saying, hey, how much are you going to watch, how much can you get. It's always a little bit more. He never short ends anything, he never backdoors anything. He always gives his all, and that's the best thing about him. He's a student of the game, and he's one of the best there is.

Duke was picked fourth in the ACC's Coastal Division by the media members, announced yesterday. The All-ACC teams come out today, where Duke is expected to be well-represented.