Quarterback Dylan Wittke Commits to Virginia Tech

Dylan Wittke Virginia Tech

Dylan Wittke
QB, Class of 2023
Buford HS, Buford, GA
6-1, 192

3-star QB prospect Dylan Wittke has committed to Virginia Tech.

Wittke has 18 listed scholarship offers, including among them Colorado, Memphis, USF and a host of others. He is listed in the 247SportsComposite as the No. 83 prospect in Georgia.

Wittke received his offer from Virginia Tech on April 11 and also visited for the Virginia Tech Spring Game. He told Jason Stamm after that visit:

“Getting to known Coach (Brad) Glenn and Coach (Tyler) Bowen, they’re great people,” Wittke said. “Them and me and my dad, my family, we all feel like I’d fit my skillset in their scheme really well. Being able to run, read and throw the deep ball, all those come into play when I end up making a decision for my school.”

That school turned out to be Virginia Tech, and Wittke’s relationship with Virginia Tech QB Coach Brad Glenn, who met Wittke when Glenn was still coaching at Georgia State, was a big factor. Wittke said after his Spring Game visit, “We talked in the players’ lounge for at least two hours, before and after the game. He’s a great dude, has a great vibe to him, and I really enjoyed my time with him.”

Wittke is Virginia Tech’s seventh commitment for the 2023 recruiting class and the fifth this month.

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  1. Looks like a great prospect, playing against great competition. Wish we could get his WR as well – some of those long completions were more due to the athletic WR than necessarily a great throw.

  2. Looks like a good get. Athletic. Big Wind up – oh well.
    I hope he doesn’t throw the dreaded “catchable ball”.

  3. Why is his commitment announcement labeled potentially sensitive content?

  4. Nice highlights which are against talented Ga opponents. Also like their WR #1. He has good speed and broke through several tackles.

    1. Few recruits from Buford end up being a bust… powerful program in the second largest classification in Georgia and a perennial state champion

  5. IMPHO this kid is going to only get better as the starting QB and not having to sit behind another QB in 2023. My only concern is if he continues to improve and blows up. It could become hard to keep him in the fold. We can only hope. Hopefully his relationship with his QB coach and OC will only grow stronger and he will find out what This is Home truly means.

    1. My guess is the top schools take QBs early and quickly, so even if he does blow up, many of the QB slots get filled. I’m with you though, I like his tape more than previous two QBs, showed more passing concepts than the chuck it deep throws we see alot in QB film.

    2. That is when we will find out how good this staff really is…….by being able to get commitments from 3 stars a little under the radar, then being able to keep them when they blow up!

      That’s how we get back on top!

      1. Yes but with all the money being thrown around with NIL and no rules to govern it. It changes everything. Not going to be just about how good or not the staff is. I hate that it’s that way. But it’s the new world we live in now with college sports.

        1. I gotta hope/think somehow that gets evened out……or all of this is useless and we (and others) will never stand a chance to compete at a high level.

          Then it becomes for teams like us as interesting as a intramural sport.

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