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ACC rankings: Seminoles dominate

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Rivals.com analysts rank the 2011 ACC recruiting classes after National Signing Day. Check back Thursday for an in-depth look at the league.
1. Florida State: Jimbo Fisher and 'Noles dominate Gators and 'Canes.
2. Clemson: Amazing finish to class with four out-of-state, five-star prospects.
3. North Carolina: Damage control by Butch Davis beyond impressive all year.
4. Virginia: Mike London's first class beats in-state rival Virginia Tech.
5. Miami: Al Golden leads late charge to top half of ACC despite scholarship crunch.
6. Virginia Tech: Down year for Hokies, but still plenty of talent, especially on defense.
7. Boston College: Strong defensive class boasts talent at end, linebacker and corner.
8. Georgia Tech: Class could be remembered about who was lost rather than gained.
9. Maryland: Only one in-state top 10 player in this class.
10. Wake Forest: Small class once again has a Florida feel.
11. Duke: Best players in class are from Georgia and Florida.
12. N.C. State: Just one commitment from in-state top 30.