Over the weekend, Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry and his staff hosted several recruits in the Class of 2025 as they look to add to the talent that they have already secured. Quarterback Kelden Ryan and offensive lineman Carter Stallard have already committed to the Hokies and Pry and his staff hope to get a few more from the recruits that were on campus this weekend.
Several of the recruits posted on X that they were in Blacksburg over the weekend and many mentioned how they came away impressed with what they saw.
There are some names here to keep an eye on. Quarterback Peyton Musick is a quarterback from Honaker, Virginia and why is he worth keeping an eye on? There have been reports that Georgia Tech has been reported to be trying to get Ryan to flip his commitment. If that happens, another QB in the Class of 2025 would be needed. You can watch Musick here.
Andy Silverthorn is a big tight end. defensive end from Toronto, Ohio, who is a 6-foot-6, 275-pound athletic player on both sides of the ball. You can watch him here.
Delano Brown is a very talented defensive lineman from Our Lady Good Counsel High School and Olney, Maryland was in Blacksburg. Evan Watkins of 247 Sports reported that he has the Virginia Tech as his top option after visiting Blacksburg. He also has offers from Akron, Kentucky, Maryland, and Massachusetts.
Six-foot-7, 335-pound offensive and defensive tackle Skylar Harvey from Baltimore posted on X that he "had a great time at Virginia Tech this weekend. It definitely feels like home.'' That prompted a response from Stallard who agreed by responding, "IT IS HOME.''
How things end up playing out with this class remains to be seen, however, the Hokies are off to a good start in recruiting with the Class of 2025 and hope to make it better.