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UNC board saying that Henson, Barnes and Marshall have met with Roy and are leaving. McAdoo is still uncertain. I think he has the most upside of them all.
This post was edited by terpfan83 2 years ago
If you throw in Zeller being gone UNC is going to have a tough time dominating the league. They have a good crop coming in, but they've got their work cut out for them. The top half of the ACC is going to be a jumbled mess next year.
Duke is swapping Rivers for another potential 1 and done shooting guard. 1 (potentially 2?) of the 16 Plumlees are leaving. I don't see them finishing out of the top 3, but maybe that pact with Satan matures this year.
NC State continues to pull in stud recruits. They will be very dangerous next year with top 3 talent, but you can't pick them to finish higher than fourth because it breaks tradition.
FSU loses their top rebounder, but is keeping their top scorers and adding a stud SG and SF.
UVA loses a huge piece with Mike Scott graduating, but they have good talent coming in.
Miami returns their top 3 guys and adds a couple more decent recruits.
Then, there's us.
I fully expect a year where we have (or should have) several top 25 teams and have to hear a ton about how the ACC is down because none of the schools are a national championship contender. Next year should be a lot of fun.
Their recruiting class is barely even better then ours.
I'd draft McAdoo higher than all three of them, he's going to be a beast in the NBA and a GOD next season if he stays
8-20! 8-20! 8-20!
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