Sports gambling handicappers saw Florida State finish with the top ranked sportsbetting recruit class in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Florida State showed particular sports gambling improvement on defense as they landed the top inside linebacker and top cornerback in the country.
Defense has been the sports gambling weakness of FSU, particularly in 2009, when they ranked 94th in points allowed nationally. Another sports gambling surprise in the ACC came from the Clemson Tigers as they had the second ranked sportsbetting class in the ACC.
Clemson raided the state of Georgia for seven players and shored up their defensive line. Clemson’s class ranked 18th in the nation. Virginia Tech will remain one of the best online sports gambling commodities in the ACC as they had the third ranked class on National Signing Day.
The Hokies simply built up their overall sports gambling depth for 2010 and look to be strong in all areas. The Hokies finished with an overall sports gambling rank of 22nd in the nation for their class. Miami-FL continues its sports gambling improvement under coach Randy Shannon as they hauled in the 4th ranked class in the ACC.
The Hurricanes had a balanced class that shored up their line backing corps, along with their offensive line and running backs. Miami finished with an overall sports gambling rank of 25th nationally for their class. Butch Davis of North Carolina has made steady progress as coach and hauled in the 5th ranked class of the ACC.
The Tar Heels worked to improve their depth with the offensive line. Somewhat disappointing was the ranking of Georgia Tech as the defending ACC champions finished 8th overall for their class in the ACC. The Yellow Jackets limped in at 43rd best in the nation.
Florida State looks to be a resurgent team under new head coach Jimbo Fisher while Dabo Swinney continues to lead a similar resurgence with Clemson, who was the ACC Atlantic Division champ last year.