Virginia Tech News: Hokies football offer a 3-Star tight end & baseball home times announced

In this edition of Virginia Tech News, the football team offers a 3-Star tight end and the baseball team announces their start times for their home games.

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Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry and his staff are out working the recruiting trail hard. They are leaving no stone unturned and being aggressive with the Class of 2025, and 2026. Recently, they offered another tight end in the Class of 2025 an offer.

Three-star TE Mike Tyler announced on X that he received an offer from Virginia Tech to his list of schools that are looking to land the Columbia, South Carolina recruit. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Tyler has several Division 1 offers including the Hokies.

One look at his film and you can see why Virginia Tech would be interested. He is a talented receiver who runs precise routes and has good hands who will catch a lot of balls thrown in his area. He can line up in a traditional tight-end spot or off the line. 

Virginia Tech announces home baseball times

We are a month away from the first pitch on the 2024 Virginia Tech baseball season and the Hokies announced the start times for their home games this upcoming season.

For February and March, the first pitch will be a 4 o'clock on Fridays and Saturdays and 1 o'clock on Sundays. The one exception to that will be their ACC home series against Pittsburgh on Easter Weekend where all three games will begin at 4 o'clock Thursday through Saturday. Weekday games in this time frame will begin at 4 p.m.

Once the calendar turns to April, the remaining starting times for the series in Blacksburg are 7 o'clock start Fridays and Saturdays and 1 o'clock on Sundays. Their three-game series with Ohio will be a doubleheader on May 4 starting at 3 o'clock and the final game Sunday will begin at the normal 1 o'clock start time. Weekday games over the final two months will begin at 7 p.m.

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