Where does Virginia Tech football's recruiting Class of 2025 currently rank?

It's still early and there is still plenty of work to do for Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry.
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Now that the calendar has turned to May, recruiting is going to pick up for Virginia Tech football coach Brent Pry. Currently, the Hokies have five recruits committed in the Class of 2025, but some scheduled visits are coming up between May and June with recruits who should be considered priority recruits.

Right now, five commits are committed to Blacksburg in the Class of 2025 with more likely on the way at some point. Five-star safety Faheem Delane, younger brother of current Hokie Mansoor, is someone Pry is competing with some of the programs are some of the top programs in the country. Here is a look at the five commits to Virginia Tech so far in the Class of 2025,

  • Brett Clatterbaugh: 4-star linebacker, Culpeper, Va.
  • Carter Stallard: 3-star offensive lineman, Christianburg, Va.
  • Jayden Anderson: 3-star, wide receiver, Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Knahlij Harrell: 3-star cornerback, Virginia Beach, Va.
  • Kelden Ryan: 3-star, quarterback, DeSoto, Texas

Just how things shake out remains to be seen, but there is work still to be done. Ryan is a promising quarterback, while Anderson, Harrell, Clatterbaugh, and Stallard are in-state recruits, an area that Pry knew he needed to excel in, keeping in-state recruits, something that former coach Justin Fuente struggled with. 

According to 247Sports, Virginia Tech ranks 46th in the country, and hopefully over time that number ends up going up as we get into the heart of official visits over the next couple of months in Blacksburg. Being No. 46 is not great, but there is room for improvement and additions as that will be a big class in terms of additions as some of the upperclassmen leave over the next couple of seasons.