Virginia Tech hosts a recruiting event tomorrow, but a handful of recruits were in attendance for today’s one-day camp, either as participants or visitors. We’ll follow up on tomorrow’s event, but in the meantime here are some recruiting notes from the one-day camp event…
– A handful of top uncommitted class of 2014 targets made the trek to Blacksburg today. The headliner was Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA) defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi .
Nnadi wasn’t sure if he was going to stay through tomorrow or not, but he seemed to be enjoying the day. In particular, he felt comfortable around the players.
“It was like a family reunion,” Nnadi said of his time today at Virginia Tech.
He added: “Some of the players I met today, it feels like I’ve known them for a long time.”
The main schools Nnadi is considering right now are Florida State, Michigan State, Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia and Virginia Tech. The Dolphins star said Florida State is a school he definitely wants to take an official visit to. From the sound of things, the 6’2″, 300-pound prospect wants to take most, if not all, of his official visits before committing.
If he stays in-state, Nnadi says Virginia Tech currently has the lead over Virginia, though he says he is still considering the Cavaliers. FSU and VT appear to be the top contenders right now.
– Bethel (Hampton, VA) rising senior defensive tackle Ricky Walker was in attendance today as well. Walker was shown around initially by Bethel product and Tech rising senior defensive end James Gayle. The standout defensive lineman is considering offers from Tech, Michigan State, North Carolina, Penn State,...
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