Nov 28, 2014; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies head coach Frank Beamer reacts after the game. The Hokies defeated the Virginia Cavaliers 24-20 at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
The recruiting cycle for the Class of 2015 is nearing its conclusion with National Signing Day less than 6 weeks away. Every program across the country is looking to add a few more recruits and hold on to the recruits they currently have committed. Of course, all of these programs are also starting to turn their focus to the Class of 2016, but the Class of 2015 recruits are still the top priority.
The Virginia Tech Hokies have a solid class of recruits from the Class of 2015 led by 4-star OT Austin Clark, 4-star OL/DL Yosuah Nijman, and 4-star CB Mook Reynolds. All three of those players plus four others are early enrollees for the Hokies so Virginia Tech only has 14 other recruits that they need to hold onto.
However, the Hokies will still be looking to add some more players to that mix that could really help Virginia Tech surge up many recruiting rankings. Some analysts believe the Hokies will have a strong finish including ESPN’s Jeremy Crabtree who said in an ESPN Recruiting Nation podcast that he thinks the Hokies could “surprise” some with the way they close out their recruiting class.
Now, let’s look at the talented group of prospects that Frank Beamer and his staff hope to bring to Blacksburg headlined by Tim Settle.
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