Signing Day is tomorrow, and a number of prospects are still on Virginia Tech’s board. As many as nine prospects will make their decision between tonight and tomorrow, and the Hokies are hoping to pull in a few more prospects.
Here’s a list of players to keep your eye on…
DE Tomon Fox: The North Carolina commit visited Virginia Tech over the weekend along with his teammate Emmanuel Belmar, who is already committed to the Hokies. While it’s likely that he’ll still sign with UNC, the visit opened his eyes to Virginia Tech and he is seriously considering the Hokies.
WR Tyrrell Pigrome: The Alabama wide receiver is down to Virginia Tech and Maryland. He wants a shot at quarterback, which could give the Terrapins a slight edge right now.
WR Rick Wells: Wells visited Virginia Tech last week. Though he’s committed to Florida, the Hokies do still have an outside shot to sign him. He will announce his final decision on Signing Day.
LB Eron Carter: Carter will decide between Virginia Tech and a number of smaller schools. Right now, the smart money is on the Hokies.
DE JaQuan Bailey: The former Florida commit is very likely to sign with Virginia Tech on Wednesday.
LB Chase Pine: The Hokies made a strong push for Pine, and got him to visit over the weekend. However, it’s likely that he’ll stick with his original pledge and sign with Pitt.
DB Coney Durr: Durr is a Minnesota commit who visited Blacksburg over the weekend. I believe he’ll decommit from the Gophers and sign with the Hokies.
DB Tyree Rodgers: The New Jersey prospect is currently committed to Old Dominion, but he has an offer from the Hokies. There’s a chance that he flips to Virginia Tech on Signing Day.
LB Dominique Ross: Ross has been a UNC commit for a long time, but the Hokies have recruited him hard ever since Justin Fuente came on board. He really likes Virginia Tech right now coming off his visit, but whether or not he flips is up in the air. If I had to guess, I’d say that he’ll stick by his original commitment.
Signing Day should be very busy. Stay tuned to TSL for full coverage.