Virginia Tech Football: Latest Class of 2025 Crystal Ball has Hokies landing key edge

The latest Crystal Ball Predicition is big news for Virginia Tech coach Brent Pry and landing another in-state recruit.
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It's a busy weekend in Blacksburg with the final weekend of official football recruiting visits before the next Dead Period. This is the final chance that Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry and his staff and current players will host recruits ahead of the upcoming season.

Over the last couple of days, there have been some Crystal Ball Predictions that have been coming up rosy for Virginia Tech. First, it was a Crystal Ball for defensive lineman Christian Evans, who a couple of days later officially committed to the Hokies. Friday, quarterback AJ Brand in the Class of 2025 came up Virginia Tech and now, a third one this week from 247Sports is coming up Hokies again, this time for another defensive lineman.

New Crystal Ball Prediction has Virginia Tech adding another defensive lineman in the Class of 2025

Three-star edge Zeke Chinwike is in Blacksburg this weekend for an official visit and a new Crystal Ball Prediciton for the Virginia Beach native is good news for Virginia Tech. Chinwike has seen two of his current Green Run High School teammates, wide receiver Jayden Anderson and cornerback Knahlij Harrell already commit to Pry back in February.

"Virginia Tech is a very good school and when I first walked in, the entire staff welcomed me which was very heartwarming," Chinwike told 247Sports of a visit he took earlier this month. "The facility is amazing. The field is amazing. The indoor facility is amazing. The town of Blacksburg is really beautiful and the community is amazing, the same with the campus."

Recently, Chinwike cut his schools down to five, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, Connecticut, James Madison, and East Carolina. His visit to Blacksburg earlier this month was unofficial, while he also took an unofficial visit to West Virginia and the University of Maryland.