Amani Jenkins Commits To Virginia Tech

Amani Jenkins is the second top-100 player in the class of 2025 to commit to Virginia Tech. (Nick Brown)

Virginia Tech and Megan Duffy received a commitment from Amani Jenkins on Sunday.

A 6-foot-2 forward from Johnston, Iowa, ESPN lists her as the No. 82 overall prospect in the country. She’s the second pledge in the Hokies’ 2025 class, joining Watauga, N.C., guard Kate Sears, whom ESPN ranks 85th.

Jenkins originally committed to Marquette last October when Duffy was the head coach but reopened her recruitment after the coaching change. Less than three months later, she committed to Tech after visiting.

She’s the third former Golden Eagle pledge to flip to the Hokies, joining class of 2024 recruits Leila Wells and Kayl Petersen. Jenkins, who plays for ETG Midwest Elite 3SSB on the AAU circuit, held other offers from Cal, Providence and UNLV.

With the addition of Jenkins, the Hokies have 11 scholarship players for the 2025-26 season. Here’s the program’s future scholarship breakdown:

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  1. I hope she can play the power forward, 4, spot. That’s where the team needs some “beefing up,” literaly.

  2. That’s not much of a story. I’m sure that there is much more to her than that

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