Walker Culver Commits to Virginia Tech for Class of 2018

Virginia Tech recruiting Walker Culver
Walker Culver (right) took an unofficial visit earlier this season, and wrapped up his official visit on Sunday. (Photo by Ivan Morozov)

Virginia Tech added another commitment to their Class of 2018 on Sunday night, as offensive lineman Walker Culver announced his decision to commit to the Hokies.

Culver is a 6-foot-6, 273-pound offensive lineman from Chattanooga, Tenn. Culver is rated as a 3-star prospect by both Rivals and 247Sports, and holds 13 reported scholarship offers. Among those, Ohio State and Auburn are the most notable. Culver decommitted from Colorado on Nov. 28, and committed to Tech on Sunday after his official visit.

With Culver in the fold, Virginia Tech holds commitments from three offensive linemen. Culver joins Luke Tenuta and John Harris, while Jordan McFadden decommitted from the Hokies on Dec. 9. Overall, Virginia Tech has 25 verbal commitments for the Class of 2018, and space will continue to be limited for the rest of this cycle. The new early signing period starts on Dec. 20, and most of Virginia Tech’s 2018 recruiting class is expected to sign during that period.

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  1. Yes. He is a huge get. Coach Fuente and company are exceeding expectation on the recruiting trail. Glad Mr. Culver chose to play for The Hokies!

  2. Wonder why UT-e didn’t go after him. Were they just not interested? Or maybe he wasn’t interested going to that toxic waste dump, EPA Super Fund, football program?

  3. Any that say they are committed, but do not sign a LOI during the early signing period, are not committed.

  4. Welcome home, Glad to have you!
    Now it’s time we stop mentioning the decommit and give all the emphasis to our guys.

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