Bolling in No Hurry to Decide

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Brookville (Lynchburg, VA) offensive tackle Devin Bolling initially told Virginia Tech primary recruiter Bryan Stinespring last week that he just needed a few weeks before he’d be ready to make a decision. The Virginia Tech offensive coordinator indicated that the 6-5, 270-pound senior could take his time, something Bolling now appears intent on doing.

“It’ll probably be longer than [the two weeks] before I decide,” Bolling said. “I want to make official visits and see what everybody has to offer.”

Whether or not Bolling makes all five allotted official visits is unclear. He has already taken one – he went to Boston College earlier this month – and he plans to go to Virginia Tech for another. No more official visit dates have been set as Bolling and his Brookville teammates eye a Group AA, Division 3 state semifinal match-up against Richlands this Saturday.

Bolling is not sure what other programs he may officially visit, but he has recently narrowed his list of suitors.

“I have narrowed my list,” Bolling said. “I’m looking at Virginia Tech, Boston College, East Carolina, Connecticut, Marshall and Wake Forest.”

Of the programs Bolling is considering, all have offered with the exception of Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons have picked up the interest in recent weeks, though, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see an offer come soon.

Brookville’s starting left tackle, Bolling is an athletic offensive lineman who may well play on the interior line in college. Virginia Tech has indicated that they like him initially as an offensive tackle, although position doesn’t seem to be a big factor with the talented senior.

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