Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere May 4, 2015



It’s Monday and that means time to check in with the ACC Bloggers.

Florida State is producing NFL draft picks at astonishing rate. They led this year’s NFL draft with 11 picks. Florida State blog Tomahawknation discusses how this will help recruiting for FSU in the future. 

Interesting take from Miami blog StateoftheU. The Hurricanes put a solid 7 players into the NFL draft, but while the Seminoles made the CFB playoffs, the Canes went 6-7. How does this NFL draft affect Miami’s future recruiting classes? 

Coming in right behind Seminoles with the 2nd highest number of NFL picks were the Louisville Cardinals at 10. Louisville blog CardinalSportsZone recaps the Cardinals tremendous NFL draft.  By the way the ACC Atlantic division had the most NFL draft picks of any division in college football, and more than the entire Big 12.

Wake Forest had a first round NFL in Richard Johnson in CB Kevin Johnson. Wake Forest blog BloggersSoDear brings together the grades given the Houston Texans 1st round pick.  If Dave Clawson was looking for a recruiting pitch he’s a got a great one now. If you follow the All Sports Discussion blog, you knew Johnson was a NFL caliber talent. We said he was one of the best CB’s in the ACC before last season. 

Even though NC State didn’t have a player drafted in this year’s NFL Draft, Wolfpack blog BackingthePack says it’s no time to panic in Raleigh. The talent is with the younger players.

It’s been a rough basketball recruiting season for the North Carolina Tar Heels, but they received some great news when sharps shooter Kenny Williams committed. Tar  Heel blog KeepingitHeel  talks about the Heels latest pickup. 

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