Running Back, Class of 2020
Denmark High School, Alpharetta, GA
Running back Jordan Brunson out of Denmark High School in Alpharetta, Georgia has committed to Virginia Tech for the class of 2020.
Met a lot of great coaches and really enjoyed everything about the recruiting process but today……… I’m committing to Virginia Tech ‼️@RecruitGeorgia @DenmarkFootbal1 @PitViperSports @Mansell247 @CoachFuente @CoachBurdenVT pic.twitter.com/Rw4RKPKVw9
— Jordan Brunson⚡️ (@JordanBrunson9) June 25, 2019
Brunson, rated as a 3-star player by 247Sports.com, has 16 listed offers, including two Power 5 offers from Boston College and Virginia Tech. Brunson visited Virginia Tech on June 4th, received an offer on June 8th, and committed today, on June 25th.
Brunson’s other offers are from Akron, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Coastal Carolina, Colorado State, Elon, Georgia State, Kent State, Miami (OH), ODU, Southern Illinois, Tennessee Tech, Western Carolina, and Western Michigan.
Brunson played for Class 7A South Forsyth High School through his junior season, but will play his senior season for Class 4A Denmark High School, which opened in 2018 to help alleviate overcrowding at South Forsyth and West Forsyth.
During his junior season at South Forsyth, Brunson rushed for 935 yards on 198 carries (4.7 ypc), with four 100-yard games. He scored a team-high 15 touchdowns.
Brunson’s verbal gives the Hokies five recruits in the class of 2020.