Recruiting in a stronger position despite the 757

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The Hokies just wrapped up their 2014 recruiting class. We’ll take a broader view of a few topics in today’s article, including the 757, Aaron Moorehead’s amazing contributions in his first year, and how Bryan Stinespring has helped change many of the strategies of Tech recruiting.

Coming up next week, we’ll be starting a series of scouting reports on every single recruit of the 2014 class.

The 757

Virginia Tech is fine on the Peninsula, but they are locked out of the southside of the 757: Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, etc. We’ve talked about why in a couple of articles over the last couple of years. Mark Giannotto of the Washington Post talked to some of the involved parties for an article last week, though he’s only scratching the surface.

Doing this job for as long as we’ve done it, Will and I have had the chance to talk to plenty of people about this and many other subjects over the years. I could tell you some specific stories that I’ve heard about the Thoroughbreds, but there’s no point. All you need to do is see this:

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