VT’s Class Of 2014: An Overall Look

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BY THE NUMBERS

Rankings

Virginia Tech’s 2014 class is ranked in the top 36 nationally by all four major recruiting networks (247Sports, ESPN, Rivals, Scout). Rivals.com is most impressed, ranking Tech’s class as no. 25 in the nation. 247Sports’ composite ranking puts Tech’s haul at 27th in the country, while ESPN (no. 31) and Scout (no. 36, though this doesn’t include Isaiah Ford at last check) do not have the Hokies in the 20s nationally.

The individual player rankings are as follows…

247Sports (247s own rankings, not the 247 Composite)

– Twelve 4-star prospects including Chris Durkin, Holland Fisher, Andrew Ford, Isaiah Ford, Shai McKenzie, Vinny Mihota, Raymon Minor, Cam Phillips, CJ Reavis, DJ Reid, Ricky Walker and Marshawn Williams.
– Fifteen 3-star recruits
– One 2-star recruit

Rivals

– Eight 4-star prospects including Fisher, Melvin Keihn, McKenzie, Minor, Phillips, Reavis, Walker and Williams
– Fourteen 3-star recruits
– Five 2-star recruits
– One “Not Rated”

ESPN

– Six 4-star recruits including Xavier Burke, Fisher, I. Ford, McMillian, Mihota and Walker
– Twenty-two 3-star recruits

Scout

– Four 4-star recruits in Durkin, McKenzie, McMillian and Minor
– Seventeen 3-star recruits
– Five 2-star recruits
– Two “Not Rated”

Position Breakdown (per Hokiesports.com)

QB – 2
QB/ATH – 1
RB – 4
WR – 4
TE – 1
OL – 4
DE – 2
DL – 1
DT – 1
LB – 2
DB – 4...