A Look at ACC Recruiting Rankings

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Virginia Tech recently signed a quality recruiting class that will add a
number of talented players to an already impressive roster. The Hokies had some
major needs, and for the most part, met them. With four new coaches on the
recruiting trail, Tech didn’t miss a beat. In fact, they signed their most
complete offensive class in years. Here’s a look at how the Hokies compare to
the rest of the ACC.

The Hokies signed players at every position (except fullback) on offense.
They got one of the top quarterbacks in the nation, two good tailback prospects,
and possibly a future starting offensive line … the whole line. On
defense, they had some misses on the defensive line but filled their needs at
linebacker and defensive back.

On the whole, Tech fans should be very happy with the class. The Hokies got
most of their commitments back in the summer, meaning that everyone in the
recruiting class is a Plan A recruit. The Hokies missed a few guys at defensive
end and defensive tackle, but they didn’t settle for projects at those positions
after their #1 targets went elsewhere.

Here is a look at how the Hokies stack up against the rest of the ACC,
according to Rivals.com:

Recruiting Rankings, as Rated by Rivals.com
(click team name for Rivals.com signing list)
Team Total 5-Star 4-Star 3-Star Other Ave.