Virginia Tech Gains Big Wrestling Commitment

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On Monday night, wrestling media outlet Flowrestling first reported the commitment of rising HS senior Hunter Bolen to Virginia Tech.

Click here for a good article on Bolen.

Bolen, a local Christiansburg High School wrestler is a 2x VHSL State Champion entering his senior season.  Flowrestling currently has Bolen ranked #4 nationally at 160 lbs and #17 nationally in the senior class.  Bolen, the Hokies’ second class of 2017 commitment, chose Virginia Tech over ACC rival North Carolina State University and will anchor the 2017 recruiting class along with VA product John Borst.  Tech fans can celebrate the high quality of recruits in-state this year and Kevin Dresser, Tony Robie, Mike Zadick and the rest of the volunteer staff should be praised for keeping the talent in Virginia.

Fans looking for impending results from Bolen should pay attention to the Junior Nationals Tournament held in Fargo, North Dakota next week from July 16th-23rd.  Often referred to simply as Fargo, the tournament is a nationwide competition with teams from each state.  Both Borst and Bolen will represent Team Virginia, as they seek to become Junior National All-Americans and win the national tournament.

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  1. more great news!

    definite “Thanks and Great Job” to Coaches Dresser, Robie, Zadick, Carter, and all our recent wrestlers.

    Go Hokies!

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