Virginia Tech Football Recruiting
Looking that the problem of how Division 1 FBS is poorly organized to allow for real competition for the championship and especially for attracting the talent necessary to even have a chance.
Stroman is the younger brother of former Hokie, Greg Stroman
The Program Twilight series makes it to the first big fork in the road, and takes it. Let’s start spitballing some potential solutions. Here we lay out the introductory, but stay tuned we’re going to play with some interesting ideas. There just has to be a way to fix the mess that’s building. GO HOKIES!!!
Jones is a wide receiver from Richmond
Bryan and John talk about the potential impact of the Davis commitment loss and its impact on recruiting along with the issues involved in the recruiting process in general.
The NFL Draft is over, and we’ve cobbled together some interesting numbers from the results. No, not the regular numbers, but the sideways numbers that give you an idea of why the Talent goes where it goes. One 3-Star draft pick and one UDFA is a tough act to sell. GO HOKIES!!!
And he’s a big defensive tackle.
This week we lined up a special guest to talk about being a new Hokie and what he’s looking forward to as he gets ready to graduate from High School and head to Fall practice. Bryan and John visit with Tyree Saunders.
We're going to start looking at the Belk Bowl.and Kentucky but there are just a few things to knit together this recruiting class.
The Hokies picked up their biggest commitment on Wednesday.
So, as promised it’s Part 2 of our big recruiting special. This time John and Joshua welcome Ray Matthews to talk the current recruiting situation. It’s a big one, so sit back with a cup of hot Joe, chocolate... or better still Mocha... and listen in.
It’s time we took a look at the recruiting class of 2019. These are young men who will be graduating in 2020 and if they sign LOIs will be showing up for Hokie Football before the 2020 season. Most won’t play until 2021 or 2022, but let’s look at who we have.
A quarterback for this class and a potentially dynamic WR for 2020.
You wouldn’t think that today is really important, but if you really want to see this team get better, and get relevant in the top 25, again, the players committing today will be critical. Lots on the board. Josh Warner will be commenting. Join him with your observations.
The Hokies can start signing the class of 2019 next week.
Kelly was a surprise commitment in June.
The head coach talks recruiting, what it means to play West Virginia in the opener, and a Clemson loss that still stings.