North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora called it a great day.
N.C. States Dave Doeren said the Wolfpack had deficits at certain spots, and we answered at every single one of them.
And Dukes David Cutcliffe parlayed last seasons ACC Coastal Division title into National Signing Day success Wednesday by pulling two standout players out of Miamis backyard: receiver Trevon Lee and defensive tackle Edgar Cerenord.
South Florida recruiting, youre liable to walk into a school and there will be 15 coaches at once, Cutcliffe said. So who are they going to listen to? Everybody likes a winner.
(Click the links under "Related Content" to read the details about each class and a list of the recruits, including East Carolina's signings.)
Fedora certainly likes his class, led by running back Elijah Hood, the lone five-star recruit coming to the Triangle. Exceptional class, he said. Exceptional.
Rivals.com agreed, ranking it 23rd in the nation and fourth in the ACC.
Doerens second class, headlined by Greenville Rose defensive end Kentavius Street, was ranked 30th overall and sixth in the ACC.
I didnt feel like we had enough depth or competition in our program, Doeren said. We needed both, and I think we accomplished both.
Dukes class was ranked 58th and tied with Wake Forest for last in the league.