Virginia Tech’s second commitment of the 2004 recruiting class is certainly anxious to get to Blacksburg.
William Wall, the star defensive end prospect from HD Woodson (Washington, DC), is very excited about his verbal commitment. He loves everything about the Hokies, and looks forward to rejoining his teammate Roland Minor on the next level.
“I was really excited when they offered,” said Wall, who becomes the Hokies second commitment of the 2004 class. “I got butterflies. I needed to improve my SAT score, and I did (scored 1,060 on his SAT). It was great that coach Beamer and coach Ball stuck by me until I raised my score.
“I like everything about Virginia Tech. I like the area. I love Tony Ball and I really want to play for coach Beamer. They treat Roland [Minor] really well. My family can easily come to all of the games.”
At 6-3, 245 pounds, Wall is a tremendous athlete. He is projected as a defensive end at Virginia Tech, and fits the mold of recent dominant ends for the Hokie defense. As a junior, Wall made 85 tackles and led his team in quarterback sacks with eight. He doubles at tight end, where he is very effective as well.
Wall looks forward to his senior season at HD Woodson, which possesses one of the top defenses in the DC/Maryland area.
“We are going to get it done this year,” said Wall. “Me, Theodore [Miller}, and Donte [Herrod} are going to lead the team to a state championship.”
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