Hoyt Signs With Hokies

Share on your favorite social network:
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

Salem (VA) offensive lineman Zachariah Hoyt signed a letter of intent with Virginia Tech today, choosing the Hokies over offers from BYU and ACC-rival Pittsburgh. The 6’3″, 275-pound senior visited all three schools in the weeks before National Signing Day.

Hoyt becomes the second Salem Spartan to sign with Virginia Tech’s football program in the class of 2015, joining running back/wide receiver Coleman Fox. The duo helped Salem to an undefeated regular season and an appearance in the 2014 4A state championship game. Fox plans to enroll at Tech this coming summer while the initial plan for Hoyt is for him to delay enrollment until January of 2016.

Virginia Tech announced the signing of five offensive linemen in this class. In addition to Hoyt, there is 4-star Austin Clark, Mike Arnold, D’Andre Plantin and Tyrell Smith. Clark, who graduated from Rockbridge County High School (Lexington, VA) this past December, and Smith, a postgraduate who originally signed with Tech in February of 2014, enrolled at Tech last month.

Share on your favorite social network:
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

6 Responses You are logged in as Test

  1. He gets after it. Great feet, can run, and finishes. Possibilities of a screen play, with a lineman who can get out and actually block someone. Happy to see him commit. Love these type guys.

  2. Still would like to know what took VT so long to offer. Great to have a “local” guy on the team.

  3. Welcome Zachariah!
    As a Lord Botetourt grad, I’m not supposed to like you…but now that you’re a Hokie, it’s great to have you on the team!

Comments are closed.