ESPN: Pre-spring ACC Power Rankings

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From Heather Dinich of ESPN:

The early NFL draft hopefuls have gone, the early enrollees have arrived, and recruiting classes have been added that could have an impact on the 2012 ACC race. Considering all of the offseason shuffling that has gone on, it’s time for an updated yet still way-too-early look at how the ACC could stack up this season:

1. Florida State:

2. Clemson: The Tigers have the No. 9 ranked class in the country, and they used it to fill some major needs up front. Clemson’s biggest obstacle this fall will be replacing three starters on both the offensive and defensive lines. Quarterback Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
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has enough skill players around him, though, that the Tigers can repeat as ACC champs.

3. Virginia Tech:

4. NC State:

5. Virginia:

6. Miami:

7. Georgia Tech:

8. Wake Forest:

9. North Carolina:

10. Maryland:

11. Boston College:

12. Duke:

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