The recruiting train is still rolling for Virginia Tech, as the Hokies added another commitment on Friday from offensive lineman Luke Tenuta.
— Luke Tenuta (@luke_tenuta) November 17, 2017
Teunta is a 6-foot-7, 270-pound recruit from Western Albemarle High School in Crozet, Va. He’s rated as a 3-star recruit by 247Sports, and holds 14 scholarship offers. Of those offers, North Carolina and West Virginia are the only other Power 5 programs to offer.
Virginia Tech now holds commitments from three offensive linemen. Tenuta joins Jordan McFadden and John Harris as commitments for the ’18 cycle, and 2017 signee Christian Darrisaw will enroll this winter. The Hokies now hold commitments from 23 players, putting Tech closer to the limit of 25 scholarship players per class.
Tenuta is also the fourth commitment for Virginia Tech from the Commonwealth. The Hokies hold in-state commitments from running back Cole Beck (Blacksburg), athlete Armani Chatman (Virginia Beach) and linebacker Keshon Artis (Chesapeake), who committed to Virginia Tech on Tuesday.