The Virginia Tech Hokies have a very good recruiting class for 2014 right now but the Hokies are still looking to gain more momentum to add even more players to what looks like a very strong class. One of the top targets for the Hokies became Kevin Bronson as shown by how the Hokies offered Bronson on January 23rd of this year before he had his official visit the next day in Blacksburg. The Hokies had the momentum to get Kevin Bronson and it seemed that the Hokies were the big frontrunners, especially after Bronson decided not to visit Vanderbilt this week and instead visit Florida Atlantic.
Now we know that the Hokies made a big move and have gained a lot of momentum as National Signing Day approaches.
3-star defensive end Kevin Bronson made the decision to commit to the Virginia Tech Hokies today and give Virginia Tech their 25th commit of the Class of 2014 if you don’t include Holland Fisher and Braxton Pfaff who both had to go to prep schools before coming to Blacksburg. Bronson gives the Hokies their second true defensive end commit and seems likely to be a guy that will redshirt next season though he will have a chance to get one of the two vacant defensive end spots. Dadi Nicolas seems likely to get one of them and guys like Matt Roth and Dewayne Alford being the favorites at the other defensive end starting job. Either way, Bronson is a solid addition to this year’s Virginia Tech recruiting class.