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2017 Schedule
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18hGerry Hamilton

Who has the nation's fastest recruiting class?

It's no surprise that teams are on the hunt for prospects with great speed, but the surprising part might be which teams are landing them.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida State is the preseason choice to win the ACC in a vote of the media, while Lamar Jackson was selected preseason Player of the Year. Here's the order of finish.

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David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

In the highlight of ACC media days, Mark Richt diagrams a 10-bite sandwich...

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt on winning the Coastal: "People might think it's a dream because it's never happened, but we don't think it's a dream."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt on the OL: "I really believe we'll be better blockers. If we're going to win anything, we have to be. I've seen a lot of progress. I've got my hopes up."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt wants to temper the expectations that N'Kosi Perry will be the Week 1 starter. "Everyone's excited about N'Kosi because he's new," Richt says. "I don't want anyone to think it's all about N'Kosi."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami LB Shaquille Quarterman has dropped 15 pounds and will play at around 235 this season. Despite earning freshman All-American, he was "disgusted" when reviewing his play last season and expects to have more speed and endurance.

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Watch: Day 2 at ACC media days

ACC media days continue on Friday, with Miami coach Mark Richt and two of his players scheduled to take the podium at approximately 12:51 p.m. ET. Watch live on ACCN Extra/WatchESPN.

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Quarterman, Norton headline trophy watch lists

Miami LB Shaquille Quarterman was named to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list on Thursday along with DT Kendrick Norton, who also made the Outland Trophy watch list. The awards go to the nation's top defensive standout and top interior lineman, respectively. Last season, Quarterman recorded 84 total tackles, including 3.5 sacks. Norton finished with 39 total tackles and 2.0 sacks.

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Who will win the ACC?

As usual, Florida State and Clemson lead the way, with ESPN's Football Power Index giving the Seminoles a sizable advantage. Miami looks like the next-biggest threat, with outside chances for Louisville, NC State and North Carolina.

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12dPhil Steele

ACC forecast for 2017: It's Florida State vs. Clemson

A season ago, Jimbo Fisher thought Florida State would be good in 2017. The time has arrived, but first the Seminoles face an ACC schedule that includes the defending national champion. Find out how the conference shapes up.

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12dAndrea Adelson

Five storylines to watch at 2017 ACC Kickoff

After knocking the SEC off its pedestal, what can the ACC do for an encore? Here are the storylines everyone will be talking about at the ACC Kickoff.

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Who has most to prove on Miami?

Is freshman QB N'Kosi Perry as great as Mark Richt says? We'll quickly find out this fall if Perry can shoulder the Canes' high expectations.

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14dPhil Steele

Best DL situations: Miami

D-line coach Craig Kuligowski is known for getting a lot out of his players, and this might be his most talented group yet.

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Herndon IV makes Mackey watch list

Miami senior TE Christopher Herndon IV was named to the Mackey Award watch list on Tuesday. The award goes to the nation's top tight end. Last season, Herndon caught 28 passes for 334 yards and two touchdowns.

Miami places two on Bednarik Award watch list

The ACC is well represented on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list with 18 players, including Miami DT Kendrick Norton and LB Shaq Quarterman. The honor is given to the nation's top defensive player.

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star defensive end Micah Parsons says Georgia and Alabama will be two schools he visits in the next two weeks. Parsons is ranked No. 7 overall and recently said that Miami and Florida State could also receive summer visits.

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