Virginia Tech Adds Clemson Transfer Lynn Kidd

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Lynn Kidd

Virginia Tech men’s basketball picked up a commitment from Clemson transfer Lynn Kidd, a 6-10, 235-lbs post player.

Kidd was the No. 110 recruit nationally coming out of high school according to the 247 Composite rankings.  He played at IMG Academy in Florida, and he chose the Tigers over offers from Alabama, Miami, Auburn, Florida, Georgia Tech, and others.  He is also listed with an offer from Virginia Tech out of high school.

Kidd was originally a member of the 2021 recruiting class, but he reclassified to 2020 upon his commitment to Clemson.  He played in a total of seven games for the Tigers as a true freshman, scoring eight points.  Since last season didn’t count towards players’ eligibility, Kidd will be a true freshman for the Hokies in 2021-22.

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  1. We need M & M, to recruit Keve A. Without Keve, IMO, the team will be in bottom half of ACC, with Keve we’ll be top 5. GO HOKIES!! And Stay Home Keve!

  2. Kidd is ten times the talent of JO! Nothing against JO, but at this point he is similarly in talent as, Roy Brow, Victor Davila, Dave Herbster, etc. Please Hokie fans, stop talking about JO as if he can become Giannis! Stop the victim of Hope mentality!

  3. Nice to get a big we originally had on our board- with 4 years of eligibility helps.

    If John O gets ahold of his weight and conditioning then Kidd can earn a shot for off bench relief at the 4 and 5 spot. He’s already 20 pounds over his IMG weight working one year in Clemson program

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