Virginia Tech hosted tight end from Georgia who "will definitely be back''

The Virginia Tech football team hosted a tight end from Georgia who plans on returning to Blacksburg.
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Over the weekend, the Virginia Tech football team welcomed some of their transfers and members of the Class of 2024 to campus. They were not the only ones to make their way to Blacksburg as the recruiting trail continues to be hot for head coach Brent Pry and his staff.

Virginia Tech hosted tight end Cayman Reynolds from Georgia for a visit and the Class of 2025 talent plans on returning at some point, likely in the fall to get the game-day experience at Lane Stadium.

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound Reynolds from Calhoun, Georgia met with the staff and players and even attended Saturday night's Virginia Tech basketball game where the Hokies lost, 75-71, to Miami. Reynolds currently holds three offers according to 247Sports from Georgia Tech, Michigan State, and Eastern Kentucky. You have to think an offer from the Hokies is coming.

He posted on X that he had an amazing weekend in Blacksburg and that he "will definitely be back.'' His likely return will be in the fall for one of the Hokies home games.

Tight end is a position of need going forward with Dae'Quan Wright entering the transfer portal and committing to Mississippi Sunday. For 2024, Nick Gallo is coming back for one more season after missing this season with an injury at the end of camp and they also have Harrison Saint Germain and Benji Gosnell coming back and each got some valuable snaps in the Military Bowl against Tulane University on Dec. 27.

Both players caught a touchdown pass from quarterback Kyron Drones that helped the Hokies pull away from a talented Green Wave team. One good sign is that Reynolds enjoyed his visit to Virginia Tech and is planning to make a return trip.