Will VT Land Visit from Toal?

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Don Bosco Prep (NJ) linebacker/running back Brian Toal believes he may make all five official visits before announcing his decision. If he does, he stated three teams with a good chance right now at getting those spots.

“I’m undecided where or when I will make my final two visits,” Toal said. “But I think I’ll make all five now, so I’ll take two more probably. It’s pretty much between Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, and Penn State, but I’m not sure. Hopefully I’ll know what I’m doing by Tuesday.”

Virginia Tech made an in-home visit with Toal and his family last weekend. Coach Frank Beamer and Coach Kevin Rogers made the in-home visit, and Toal seemed excited about meeting both of them.

“It was pretty cool having the Head Coach in your house,” Toal said of his in-home visit with Virginia Tech. “They basically just told me I should really take a look at them, and that it was really up to me now. I was pretty excited after the visit was over. I wanted to commit to a visit then, but I wasn’t sure what I really wanted to do. There’s a real good chance I’ll take a visit there either next weekend or the weekend after, but I haven’t made my mind up yet.”

This weekend, Toal made an official visit to the University of Tennessee. He has been to Boston College and Miami, and says the Vols now join those two at the top of his list.

“It was good,” Toal said of his UT visit. He was hosted by quarterback Rick Clausen. “I had a lot of fun. It was my first time there, but it was pretty much what I expected. We had a chance to see the stadium, and I was really impressed with it. The players all seemed to hang out together and they were cool. It was a pretty impressive visit, but at the same time it was a lot of the same stuff I had seen before.

“I really liked them. They are up there with the other two. My decision is going to be really tough.”

Toal will likely decide in the next few days where his next visit will be. For now, it looks like Virginia Tech has at least a decent shot at landing an official visit.