Virginia Tech Football: 3-star CB Terrance Edwards commits to West Virginia

Three-star CB Terrance Edwards committed to West Virginia Saturday over Virginia Tech and Michigan State.
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Last weekend, Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry hosted three-star cornerback Terrance Edwards and impressed the Richmond, Virginia recruit. he told 247Sports, "Virginia Tech is sitting good and I can see myself there and balling."

The Trinity Episcopal star had a visit scheduled to Michigan State, but earlier in the week, he canceled it and set a commitment date Saturday instead. He recently announced his Final Three of Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and Michigan State. After he visited Blacksburg, his Crystal Ball Prediction for 247Sports changed from Virginia Tech to West Virginia, and apparently, they knew something.

Terrance Edwards commits to West Virginia

Edwards recently visited West Virginia and came away impressed telling, "The official visit is unmatched," and "WVU is definitely up there for me.'' Apparently, that was all he needed as he committed to the Mountaineers Saturday over the Hokies and Spartans and will be balling in Morgantown.

Last season, he had 33 tackles, three interceptions, and 14 pass breakups as a junior. He held over two dozen offers including offers from ACC schools Virginia, SMU, Syracuse, North Carolina State, Florida State, Boston College, and Clemson along with Virginia Tech.

Currently, Virginia Tech has six recruits in the Class of 2025, five from the state of Virginia. Last Sunday, to no one's surprise, Faheem Delane, a four-star safety, committed to Ohio State over Virginia Tech and other schools, even though his brother Mansoor is currently a Hokie. It never really felt like the Hokies were going to be an option for Faheem. Later Sunday, safety Sheldon Robinson, became the fifth in-state recruit to commit to head coach Brent Pry.