Virginia Tech received their 12th verbal commitment for the 2007 recruiting class on Monday morning when South Carolina offensive lineman Kyle Nunn announced that he would be a Hokie. Nunn is the third offensive lineman to commit to Tech so far, and the seventh player from out of state.
Kyle Nunn is a 6-6, 275 offensive lineman from Sumter High School in Sumter, South Carolina. He chose the Hokies over offers from NC State and North Carolina. He is projected to play offensive tackle for Virginia Tech. He is very athletic for his size, being clocked at a 5.06 in the 40 yard dash. He also has long arms and can dunk a basketball.
Nunn joins William Alvarez and Blake DeChristopher as offensive linemen who have already committed to the Hokies. Tech is off to a strong start with offensive linemen this year, and all signs point to the Hokies signing one of their best classes of offensive linemen in school history.
Like other recruits who have committed to the Hokies recently, Nunn was impressive at Virginia Tech’s football camp on July 8 and earned a scholarship offer from the Tech coaching staff.
Stay tuned to TSL for more coverage of Nunn’s commitment!