TechSideline.com’s listing of the 2005 top football recruits in the state of Virginia. This list was created and maintained by SportsWar recruiting analyst Chris Horne.
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2005 Top Football Recruits for the State of Virginia
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About TechSideline.com’s Recruiting Rankings
TechSideline.com has maintained lists of the top in-state recruits dating back to 2003. We also have archived lists of the Roanoke Times rankings of in-state recruits (compiled by Doug Doughty) dating back to 1988. For a complete archival listing of past rankings, please click here.
TechSideline.com has been covering Virginia Tech football and Virginia Tech football recruiting since 1996. In late 2000, we hired Chris Horne, our first dedicated football recruiting writer. Horne released his first proprietary set of in-state recruiting rankings in 2003, and created and maintained our lists until Chris Coleman took over recruiting rankings with the 2016 in-state class.
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