ACC Basketball Recruiting Roundup, Memorial Day 2010

Marcus ShockleyCorrespondent IMay 31, 2010

GREENSBORO, NC - MARCH 12:  Gary Williams, head coach of the University of Maryland Terrapins works the sidelines against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in their quarterfinal game in the 2010 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum on March 12, 2010 in Greensboro, North Carolina.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Here are a few tidbits in the ACC basketball recruiting world:

Jabari Brown (SG, 6’3″, 2011) has offers from ACC schools including Maryland and Wake Forest. His list of offers also includes ASU, Cal, UNLV, and New Mexico. He is interested in Kansas as well, who is keeping up with Brown, although reportedly not offered yet.

Ryan Rhoomes (C, 6’8″, 2010) is probably headed to prep school but has recruiting interest from Georgia Tech, who recently missed out on big man transfer Justin Knox.

Terry Whisnant (SG, 6’3″, 2011) has committed to Florida State. The Seminoles have landed a sharpshooter with a high release from the state of North Carolina, one of the best jump shooters in the class. He will need to prove he can put the ball on the floor, but without question teams are going to have to close out on him on the perimeter.

Ryan Arcidiancono (PG, 6’3″, 2012) garnered a ton of interest at the 2010 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions this past weekend and has interest from Wake Forest, as well as Notre Dame, Syracuse, Villanova, and Penn State.