Virginia Tech Lands First Class of 2019 Commitment

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It’s July 27, 2016, and Virginia Tech already has a commitment from a rising high school sophomore.

Tayvion Land, a defensive back from Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School in Virginia Beach, VA. announced on Twitter that he is committing to Virginia Tech.

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Land is the first Class of 2019 commitment for Virginia Tech.

Land’s only other scholarship offer at this point is from Maryland. At this point, it wouldn’t surprise anyone if Land ends up with a bunch of offers.

The 5-foot-8, 160-pound Land is unranked by 247Sports.

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  1. A kid from 757 wants to be a Hokie. The coaches like him and he has 2+ years to recruit for us. This is great! Welcome!

  2. Not to be negative but how many of you guys are married to, or dating, your girl friend from the summer before your sophomore year in high school? I bet not many!

  3. Awesome! Welcome to the Hokie Nation Mr. Land. Score one for the good guys and the new coaches!

    Ricky: Nice play on words in the title.”Hokies Land…” would have been even better.

  4. Yawn. Hate to be a pessimist but this kid will decommit in a year or so and reopen his recruiting. I just hope we land him again when he does

    1. Remember what mama taught us… If you don’t have anything nice to say…

      Glad Mr Land is a hokie fan. Do well on the field and our recruiting will follow.

      Go Hokies!

  5. Who is he? Any idea what was attractive for the offer? Wondering if he performed well vs older DBs. Assuming he was at the weekend camp? Thanks for info!

        1. Even if he gets to school at 5’9″ or 5’10”, he doesn’t need to be any bigger. He’s got three years left in high school, I’d expect him to grow an inch or two at least.

      1. Care to slip that prediction in a time capsule for 2 years and then break it out? Hard for me to believe anyone (to you necessarily) can project how a 15 or 16 year old that is small will develop. He must have some skills.

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