Braxton Clark Commits to Virginia Tech

Braxton Clark Virginia Tech recruiting
Galen Scott and Virginia Tech have landed a commitment from another defensive back. (Photo by Ivan Morozov)

Braxton Clark was offered by Virginia Tech on Monday. He ended his recruitment on Tuesday, committing to the Hokies.

Clark, who visited Virginia Tech this past weekend, is an unranked cornerback out of Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound corner held just six other scholarship offers, two of which were from Power 5 programs. 

Clark’s commitment gives Virginia Tech eight commitments in the Class of 2018. Clark is also the third defensive back committed for 2018, joining Chamarri Conner and Nasir Peoples. The Hokies are in on several other defensive backs, and likely will take one or two more in the Class of 2018.

Dr. Phillips has brought Virginia Tech good luck in recent classes. In the Class of 2017, Virginia Tech signed Robert Porcher IV out of Dr. Phillips. Along with Clark, the Hokies are recruiting Dr. Phillips corner Tanner Ingle.

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    1. From what I’m hearing, this was a case where he could blow up over the summer. VT worked hard to get him in the fold asap.

  1. welcome, Mr. Clark !!
    nice tweet pic.
    with your height: would you be KamChancellor dreaming?

    ‘nice work!’ recruit team, CGS, and CBF. recruit on.

    Go Hokies!

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