Rivals.com rates Virginia Tech’s 2012 class at no. 21 in the country. 247Sports.com rates Tech’s class as no. 23 nationally, and ESPN.com puts the class at no. 25.
– Joel Caleb (no. 83) is in the ESPNU 150
– Twenty-two 3-star recruits
– One 2-star recruit
– Seven 4-star prospects including Caleb, Clarke, Coleman, Edmunds, Ekanem, Harris and Manning
– Nineteen 3-star prospects
– Two 2-star prospects
– Ekanem (no. 202), Caleb (no. 204), Harris (no. 247) are ranked in the Scout.com Top 300
– Three 4-star prospects in Caleb, Ekanem and Harris
– Seventeen 3-star prospects
– Eight 2-star prospects
– Harris (no. 125), Caleb (no. 160), Clarke (no. 187) and Ekanem (no. 197) made 247Sports.com’s National Top 247
– Seven 4-star prospects including Caleb, Clarke, Coleman, Edmunds, Ekanem, Harris and Jarontay Jones
– Eighteen 3-star prospects
– Three 2-star prospects
Virginia Tech’s 2012 class is a highly regarded one that features top recruits from up and down the East coast. Running back, wide receiver, defensive line and linebacker are the positions Frank Beamer and company had a lot of success in recruiting, addressing needs while adding high caliber talent. Here are my thoughts on all positions and how Tech did in recruiting them in 2012:
If there is any position at which Virginia Tech needed another player, it is quarterback. That’s not a knock on Tech’s lone quarterback signee,...
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