Of the top 30 prospects in the commonwealth of Virginia, only three remain uncommitted. Of the 27 prospects that have decided where they will attend school, 24 of them will play in the ACC.
The University of Virginia is the big winner. Mike London and company have done a great job of recruiting in the Hampton Roads area, a place that Virginia Tech has had a stranglehold on over the past decade or so.
Virginia has 12 prospects committed so far, and remain in play for the remaining three prospects that have yet to commit.
Virginia Tech has taken eight of the 30 prospects from Virginia, and have only one offer pending to the three prospects remaining.
North Carolina and Clemson are the only other ACC schools that have prospects committed from Virginia, but each school has a few.
Virginia has long been considered a place to find talented football players, and is one of the best states for high school football.
Here's a look at the top 30 prospects, according to Rivals, in Virginia and a look at where they will all be playing in 2011.