Tavorian Copeland Commits To Virginia Tech

Tavorian Copeland


Tavorian Copeland
Linebacker, Class of 2023
Appomattox County, Appomattox, VA
6-4, 193

Virginia Tech picked up a commitment from 2023 linebacker Tavorian Copeland on Tuesday afternoon. He is the 10th commitment of the class, and the first of many linebackers expected to verbal to Brent Pry and the Hokies.

Copeland plays for Appomattox County in Appomattox, VA. Long, rangy and quick, he projects as either a Sam or a Will in college. He will most likely begin his career as a Sam, and how he grows will dictate his future position.

Here are his in-state rankings per each recruiting service that have up-to-date rankings for Copeland…

247: No. 19
On3: No. 26

Many other announcements from top Virginia Tech targets are expected over the course of the next week. We’ll have a TSL Pass article later this afternoon that covers each of those players.

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  1. I like they fact that he must be a smart kid since a bunch of Ivy’s were offering him (no UVA I’m not including you as an Ivy)! Definitely a bit lite at his current weight to be a college LB. Looks like he may have the speed, however, to be a hard-hitting Nickel.

  2. Y E S ! !

    wanted this guy as soon as I saw his measurables, and then his highlights!

    we’ve been missing some good athletes
    out of AHS and Appomattox for years in several sports. i hope this rekindles a pathway to ‘burg.

    welcome, Mr Copeland.

    Go Hokies!

  3. Hilites show both quickness & good speed, excellent closing speed on the ball, good play reading and reaction, but way too much arm tackling. Kid should turn into an excellent get for the Hokies if he can add 30 lbs of muscle without losing speed or agility and develops better tackling technique.

    1. He’s 190 right now so I assumed he’ll enroll at 205 or so. It wouldn’t be a reach for him to end up at 230-235 in college

    2. The adding “x” pounds of muscle without losing speed is the hard part…some do, many-most don’t.

      Our recent rosters are full of guys who for whatever reason couldn’t make the physical jump…offense and defense.

      Good luck to every new Hokie!

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