An Awesome OXVT Recruiting Infographic

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Submitted without comment, because it needs no comment: perhaps the most awesome OXVT infographic ever, especially if you’re a recruiting nut.

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Every Frank Beamer recruit from the state of Virginia, ever. (infographic by @OX_VT on Twitter)
Every Frank Beamer recruit from the state of Virginia, ever. (infographic by @OX_VT on Twitter)
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  1. Seems like we need more Maury recruits…

    Also are you only doing recruits that made it to Tech? The rose brothers committed from Amherst but never made it.

    1. The commit tracker is for those scholarships that were upheld. Peter’s was withdrew after his arrest. Good point though for addition of another note underneath title.

  2. With so much focus on “the 757” what really jumps out at me are 2 schools- Deep Creek and Western Branch. Some pretty impressive talent used to make its way to Bburg from Chesapeake- what changed at those schools in particular?

    1. I think the major cause was redistricting (new high schools like Grassfield as well) – Schools don’t produce the D-1A level talent like they used to – I believe Javanti Sparrow (UVA) was the last name you’ve likely heard of from one of those schools (Western Branch) – Deep Creek has been darn right lousy of late as well.

  3. Nice job. Further demonstrates the complexity of recruiting in that beyond a few schools, there aren’t many set pipelines for recruiting. Also only a few recruits ever from Roanoke schools.

      1. Okay, I will start…
        1987–David Walton QB Cave Spring
        2014–Jack Glick QB Deep Run

        Someone else fill in the rest…;-)

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