Virginia Tech’s Best Class Ever?

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Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball Head Coach Seth Greenberg signed what many have said is one of Virginia Tech’s best recruiting classes in school history. called upon the evaluation talents of Talent Evaluator Brick Oettinger, National Recruiting Director Dave Telep and TSL’s own basketball recruiting guru Rev. Zeke Vodka for a further look at Virginia Tech’s 2007 recruiting class.

Virginia Tech’s 2007 Class:

PF/F Jeff Allen — 6-7, 235 pounds, Hargrave Military Academy (Hyattsville, MD)
SG Dorenzo Hudson — 6-4, 210 pounds, Hargrave Military Academy (Marshville, N.C.)
PF/C Gus Gilchrist — 6-9, 235 pounds, Progressive Christian Academy (Camp Springs, MD)
G Malcolm Delaney — 6-3, 170 pounds, Towson Catholic (Towson, MD)
G/F Terrell Bell — 6-7, 190 pounds, Stone Mountain (GA)

Breaking Down the Class

Brick Oettinger: I think Virginia Tech has gotten one of the best recruiting classes they’ve ever gotten. Some would say the best, but I can remember a long, long, long time ago back in the 60s when Virginia Tech had a recruiting class that had three or four guys 6’7″ and above. One of them was 6’11” Bob King, who was a top 40 player. So I’m going to leave it as one of the very best the school has brought in.

I’ve got Virginia Tech at fifth in the ACC with a B+/B. I have two