I am looking forward to seeing all of these young men together in the fall. pic.twitter.com/pKvIW9e6tZ
— Justin Fuente (@CoachFuente) February 4, 2016
Virginia Tech received 12 signed letters of intent on National Signing Day. Ten of those recruits had committed before Signing Day, while two more joined the class on February 3. Through Twitter, here is a look at Virginia Tech football’s newest additions…
Nansemond River (Suffolk, VA) offensive lineman Jarrett Hopple was the first LOI announced by Virginia Tech…
— Justin Fuente (@CoachFuente) February 3, 2016
Three other offensive line prospects joined Hopple in signing with the Hokies on February 3, including in-state sleeper Silas Dzansi…
— Silas Dzansi (@SDzansi) February 4, 2016
Darlington (Rome, GA) product Patrick Kearns…
— Brent Bell (@bbell5) February 3, 2016
And Cumberland (VA) standout T.J. Jackson. In addition, JUCO prospect Demetri Moore enrolled at Tech in January.
— Charlie Cantor (@ChuckCantor) February 3, 2016
Indian River (Chesapeake, VA) linebacker Tavante Beckett flirted with Maryland but ultimately stayed with Virginia Tech.
— Chosen1 (@Tavante4) February 4, 2016
Collins Hill (Suwannee, GA) had quite a few prospects sign with colleges on National Signing Day, including Virginia Tech-bound linebacker Emmanuel Belmar. Belmar is seated far right in the photo. To his immediate left is UVA-bound linebacker Rob Snyder. Two down from Belmar is Tomon Fox, who Virginia Tech came close to flipping from North Carolina.
Next level pic.twitter.com/WtjUte4Ry0
— Emmanuel Belmar Jr (@EBJr_9) February 4, 2016
LB Eron Carter, who announced for Virginia Tech on National Signing Day.
— Eron Carter (@CarterE33) February 3, 2016
InsideNova.com tweeted this photo of defensive back recruit Reggie Floyd…
— InsideNoVA (@InsideNoVA) February 3, 2016
…to which Virginia Tech football replied with this tweet…
— VT Football (@VT_Football) February 3, 2016
Defensive tackle recruit Jarrod Hewitt committed to Virginia Tech this past Sunday and signed with the Hokies on February 3.
— Five -Five (@HewittJarrod) February 3, 2016
Hampton’s JoVonn Quillen Jr. alongside his mother on National Signing Day…
— JoVonn Quillen Jr 1⃣ (@JovonnQuillenJr) February 3, 2016
Bayside (Virginia Beach, VA) wide receiver Phillip Patterson, who Justin Fuente brought back into the fold after being named Hokies head coach.
— Bayside Marlins (@BHSMarlins) February 3, 2016
Virginia Tech flipped Camden Catholic (Cherry Hill, N.J.) defensive back/wide receiver Tyree Rodgers from Old Dominion on National Signing Day.
Jordan Jefferson- Colgate Tyree Rodgers- Virginia tech Jamal Parker – Kent state Jake Mackara – Millersville pic.twitter.com/s6s0PFr3sf
— CCHS Fighting Irish (@Irishcchsfb) February 3, 2016