ACC Daily Links: August 2

Boston College

Will transfer quarterback Patrick Towles give BC’s offense the shot of leadership that was sorely missing in 2015?


Here are five things looming over the Clemson Tigers as they enter fall camp, courtesy of Aaron Brenner.

The Tigers weigh in…literally.


From over the weekend — Duke picked up a football commitment, who happens to be one of the top players in the state of Florida.

Florida State

Wide receiver Travis Rudolph checks in at No. 83 on ESPN’s top 100 players in college football.

Georgia Tech

Everything you need to know about the Yellow Jackets heading overseas to take on Boston College in Ireland.

Is wideout Rickey Jeune ready to breakout in 2016?


The Cardinals continue to recruit well in the state of Florida, pick up commitment from 2017 defensive back: Kaheem Roach.


Mark Richt is emphasizing a connection from the Hurricanes football program back to the community.

NC State

Dave Doeren on the first day of practice at fall camp.

The Wolfpack have added Appalachian State to their basketball schedule: the Mountaineers will be in Raleigh on December 13.

North Carolina

The Tar Heels picked up two football commitments: one in the 2017 class, the other in 2018.

On Wednesday, the New York Knicks signed former UNC guard J.P. Tokoto; the Knicks now have more than 15 players signed to their roster.

Notre Dame

The Irish have their eyes on the College Football Playoffs, but first, they need to select a quarterback.


The Panthers of Pat Narduzzi scooped up another commitment this week: 2017 offensive lineman Gabe Houy.


Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician takes a look at Syracuse’s football recruiting rankings.


Virginia’s director of football performance, Frank Wintrich, is pleased with the progress he’s seen since his hire in January.

Virginia Tech

A quick look at the Hokies defensive backs.

Good news on the basketball recruiting front for Virginia Tech.

A list of the five best wide receivers in the ACC.

Wake Forest

Will the Demon Deacons be better on offense this year? According to their offensive coordinator, Warren Ruggiero, yes.