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What Might Have Been

Another list contributed by Jim Gober.

RSCI Consensus National Top 100 ACC Recruits No Longer on 2013-2014 ACC Rosters Who Could Have Been Had They Not Left Program

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  1. Pittsburgh (5): Steven Adams (#5 – 2012); Khem Birch (#11 – 2011); Trey Ziegler (#29 - 2010); JJ Moore (#67 – 2010); Malcolm Gilbert (#74 – 2011)
  2. NC State (4): CJ Leslie (#12 – 2010); Rodney Purvis (#17 – 2012); Ryan Harrow (#22 – 2010); Lorenzo Brown (#26 – 2010)
  3. Duke (3): Kyrie Irving (#2 – 2010); Austin Rivers (#2 – 2011); Michael Gbinije (#28 – 2011)
  4. North Carolina (3): Harrison Barnes (#1 – 2010); Reggie Bullock (#15 – 2010); Kendall Marshall (#25 – 2010)
  5. Syracuse (3): Fab Melo (#14 -2010); Michael Carter-Williams (#25 – 2011); Dion Waiters (#31 – 2010)
  6. Virginia Tech (3): Dorian Finney-Smith (#22 – 2011); Montrezl Harrell (#83 – 2012); Robert Brown (#86 – 2011)
  7. Wake Forest (3): JT Terrell (#51 – 2010); Carson Desrosiers (#66 – 2010); Melvin Tabb (#93 – 2010)
  8. Virginia (2): KT Harrell (#47 – 2010); James Johnson (#58 – 2010)
  9. Maryland (1): Mychal Parker (#55 – 2010)
  10. Florida State (1): Antwan Space (#67 – 2011)
  11. Louisville (1): Gorgui Dieng (#69 – 2010)
  12. Georgia Tech (1): Julian Royal (#72 – 2011)
  13. Miami (1): Melvin Johnson (#84 – 2012)
  14. Clemson (1): Bernard Sullivan (#96 - 2011)
  15. Boston College (0):
  16. Notre Dame (0):