If there is one area that the Virginia Tech football team looks to add some players, it's in the trenches on both the offensive and defensive lines. That was never more evident than over the last month-plus when they added players on both sides of the ball for 2024.
This season the offensive line got better as the season went along and they have added some in their incoming Class of 2024, but a program can never have enough linemen for not only the upcoming seasonm but also beyond.
Tuesday, a four-star offensive lineman from North Carolina announced that Virginia Tech offered him a scholarship and put their name in the mix with some very good programs.
Virginia Tech offered four-star lineman Leo Delaney
Tuesday, four-star recruit Leo Delaney from Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Providence Day School. The 6-foot-6, 280-pound Class of 2026 talent was a MaxPreps Sophomore All-American this season. and he holds a Black Belt in Jeet Kune Do.
You can watch highlights right here from his sophomore year last fall.
Virginia Tech has a ton of competion for Delaney
There is a long list of teams that have offered Delaney along with the Hokies. Oregon also offered him Tuesday and other schools that have offered him are Georgia Tech, Penn State, South Carolina, East Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Charlotte, North Carolina Central, Indiana, Arkansas, and Miami.