Ranking the ACC Recruiting Classes of 2010

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Ranking the ACC Recruiting Classes of 2010

Well, after all the pomp and circumstance is over and the dust has settled, it is time to figure out just how teams fared on national signing day.

In many ways, recruiting is far from an exact science. Talent and potential are hard things for scouts to determine at such a young age.

Some big names flame out and some unknowns find their way to collegiate stardom.

Nevertheless, now is a time for optimism and a chance to see how teams addressed the problems facing their programs.

In the ACC in particular, this was an opportunity to upgrade the talent and hopefully bring this conference back into the mainstream of college football discussions.

Many teams had stellar recruiting classes but who stood out? Who best addressed their needs and who are some of the players that we may be hearing about sooner or later in the ACC?

Here is a list of the recruiting classes from worst to best in the conference as well as a grade taking into consideration what is normally expected from these schools on the recruiting trail. After all, an A+ recruiting class at Duke probably would be a C- at Florida State.

So, without further adieu, let the debate begin!

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