Craft decommits, Lang released

Chris Coleman, TechSideline.com, on April 1, 2014
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2015 commit Warren Craft has reopened his recruitment, while 2014 signee TJ Lang has been released from his letter of intent.

Craft, a 2015 guard from William Fleming High School in Roanoke, was James Johnson’s first recruit at Virginia Tech.  He currently holds no other scholarship offers, but he will pursue other opportunities between now and the November signing period.

Virginia Tech granted Lang a release from his Letter of Intent.  Lang was one of three wings to sign with the Hokies in November, along with Jalen Hudson and Justin Bibbs.  Reading between the lines, Buzz Williams did not pursue Lang very hard after he was hired by Tech.

Williams has put out several scholarship offers to 2014 recruits since his arrival in Blacksburg.  Later this afternoon we’ll have a TSL Pass article about the current scholarship situation, and possible options for the April signing period.


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