The NCAA finally lifted the dead period on June 1 after over 14 months of Zoom meetings. That meant a busy month for every college football school. The Virginia Tech Hokies planned a busy month with several of the team’s top targets scheduled to visit Blacksburg beginning on the 1st and throughout the month.
One of those players who visited on June 1, committed to Virginia Tech almost immediately and announced his commitment on Wednesday.
I just want to take the time to thank my family, friends and coaches for pushing me and getting me to where I want to be!!!! With all due I will be taking my talent to VIRGINIA TECH UNIVERSITY ❤️ #Hokies #757 @Beau_Davidson @jcprice59 @EvanGWatkins247 @marlinfootball pic.twitter.com/eqkYVtA88A— lemar law jr (@lemarlawjr1) June 2, 2021
Lemar Law is a 6-foot-5, 280-pound defensive lineman from Bayside High in Virginia Beach, and he is expected to play defensive tackle at the next level.
Law picked the Hokies over Virginia, Maryland. Old Dominion and Liberty.
I like this pickup for the Hokies. Law is a player who was helped by spring football. And it helped the Virginia Tech coaching staff in evaluating him for a fit at the next level. Law fits Justin Hamilton’s trend of recruiting bigger and longer defensive players — especially on the defensive line.
Law has a massive frame and is likely to receive more attention in the fall. Kudos to Virginia Tech’s coaching staff, specifically co-defensive line coach Bill Teerlinck, for working to get Law on board.
Law posted a photo of him and Teerlinck not long after he picked the Hokies.
Welcome to Blacksburg, Lemar.