The 2023 recruiting cycle still has a few months to go, but a lot of the hard work has already been done.

All but one ACC program (Syracuse) already have double-digit commitments in the 2023 cycle, which will (partially) come to a close during the Early Signing Period in December.

Clemson and Miami lead the way with top-10 classes to this point in the cycle. Both the Tigers and Canes still have room to grow before December and are expected to finish the year inside the top-10, too.

As of now, 4 ACC programs are inside the top 25 and 9 teams are inside the top 50.

Louisville and Duke are perhaps the biggest surprises of the cycle so far in the ACC. The Cardinals already have commitments from 6 blue-chip prospects and are looking to bring in their best class of the Scott Satterfield era. Duke is off to a fast start in Year 1 under Mike Elko and already have an ACC-high 25 commits in this class.

As for teams who will be looking to do significantly more in the coming months, Florida State and NC State top the list. FSU is 32nd nationally and 6th in the ACC as of early August — far off the pace of ACC foes Clemson and Miami. However, the Noles have just 11 commitments so far, so there’s room for improvement. NC State is 10th in the ACC so far, but the Wolfpack also have just 11 commits in this cycle. Both programs have time to improve their rankings.

Here’s where every team ranks in the ACC with their national ranking in parentheses:

Note: All rankings are via 247Sports Composite rankings