Virginia Tech football to host three-star offensive lineman recruit

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So far, Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry has five commitments in the Class of 2025. That will hopefully change over the coming months when a lot of members of the class will be announcing their decisions after taking some official visits this month.

One of those players who will be visiting is a three-star interior offensive lineman from Maryland who also has visits with other major programs. Offensive linemen is an area that Pry would like to add to the class and one of the better ones still available will be in Blacksburg in a couple of weeks.

Amory Hills to visit Virginia Tech this month

Three-star interior offensive lineman Amory Hills, from Gwynn Oak, Maryland, has three more visits lined up this month before the dead period begins and one of those stops is Virginia Tech. The 6-foot-6, 310-pound Milford Mill Academy lineman will take another visit this upcoming weekend to Penn State, before going to Maryland from June 14-16 and Virginia Tech from June 21-23. He visited the Hokies last October and was offered a scholarship then.

Hills has offers from Boston College, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Temple, the University of Massachusetts, the University of Connecticut, Marshall, and Colorado. He has already made multiple trips to Penn State according to 247Sports.

Of the five commitments Virginia Tech has in the Class of 2025, Carter Stallard is the only offensive lineman who has announced he’ll be attending Tech. Quarterback Kelden Ryan from Texas, and wide receiver Jayden Anderson have committed on the offensive side of the ball to date.

Pry and his staff have been making big efforts in recruiting not only in Virginia but also along the Mid-Atlantic in North Carolina and Maryland. When he was hired, he knew that repairing relationships in that area would be key in recruiting.