Q&A With Kris Harley

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Originally, Virginia Tech commitment Kris Harley wasn’t sure if he’d make it to the Spring Game last Saturday. He ended up making the visit, though, because his parents wanted to see the place where he will spend four or five years after he graduates from Warren Central High School (Indianapolis, IN). The 6-2, 265-pound defensive tackle prospect answers questions on the visit, his commitment and more in a “Q&A.”

Harley arrived in Blacksburg with his parents on Saturday morning and returned home Sunday morning. He was the only Warren Central product to make the trek, but he says he and fellow rising seniors Kiaro Holts (offensive tackle who has been offered by Tech) and Nick Temple (linebacker) tentatively plan to return for the July Senior Camp.

One of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country, Harley committed to the Hokies over offers from Oklahoma and Southern Cal, among others. He helped Warren Central to a state championship in 2009, racking up 80 tackles including 18 tackles for loss and 7 1/2 sacks on the season.

Q&A with Kris Harley

TSL: When you were at Tech, did fans come up to you? If so, what did that feel like?

Kris Harley : “They did and it was weird (laughs). I was like, how do they know who I am?”

“It feels great (laughs). It really is great right now, but it was different. I mean, I don’t even go there.”

TSL: What did your parents think of Virginia Tech?

Kris Harley : “They actually really liked it. They were impressed by the academic staff and how well the treat us, I guess, the players. They liked the campus. My dad asked a lot of questions. I mean, A LOT of questions. Oh my goodness. Like with Coach Wiles, my dad was asking about how they would play me and when I would play. He also talked to Coach Beamer.”

TSL: What did Coach Wiles say with respect to early playing time?

Kris Harley : “He

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