The ACC makes its reintroduction to the college football world ahead of the 2022 season at the ACC Football Kickoff on Wednesday and Thursday at the Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina., along with three players per school.
ACC commissioner Jim Phillips will give opening remarks on the state of the conference and college football at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday. After his hour is complete, the Atlantic Division will take center stage on the first day as Florida State, Wake Forest, Louisville, NC State, Boston College, Syracuse and Clemson. The Coastal Division goes on Thursday with new Miami coach Mario Cristobal starting the day. North Carolina, Pitt, Virginia, Duke, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech close out the proceedings.
The full roster of ACC Atlantic Division coaches are back in 2022. However, Cristobal headlines four new coaches in the Coastal Division. Others include Virginia's Tony Elliott, Duke's Mike Elko and Virginia Tech's Brent Pry. Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi returns after leading the Panthers to their first conference championship in program history.
Here is a complete list of the speaking schedule over the two days of events, including players that will represent each school.
All times Eastern
Wednesday, July 20
Florida State (10:45 a.m.)
Coach Mike Norvell | DT Fabien Lovett, DB Jammie Robinson, QB Jordan Travis
Wake Forest (11:30 a.m.)
Coach Dave Clawson | DL Rondell Bothroyd, QB Sam Hartman, OL Michael Jurgens
Louisville (12:15 p.m.)
Coach Scott Satterfield | LB Yasir Abdullah, OG Caleb Chandler, QB Malik Cunningham
NC State (1 p.m.)
Coach Dave Doeren | QB Devin Leary, LB Isaiah Moore, LB Drake Thomas
Boston College (1:45 p.m.)
Coach Jeff Hafley | DB Josh DeBerry, WR Zay Flowers, QB Phil Jurkovec
Syracuse (2:30 p.m.)
Coach Dino Babers | OL Matthew Bergeron, LB Mikel Jones, QB Garrett Shrader
Clemson (3:15 p.m.)
Coach Dabo Swinney | DE K.J. Henry, OT Jordan McFadden, QB D.J. Uiagalelei