Virginia Tech is at the top of Wilson (Washington, D.C.) two-way standout Sean Savoy’s college list. The 5’9”, 175-pound junior was in Blacksburg this past Saturday for the Hokies’ Spring Game, an experience he called “really fun.”
“It felt a lot like home,” Savoy said of Virginia Tech. “I’ve never seen so many fans come out for a Spring Game. That is showing how loyal they are.”
Justin Fuente’s is also familiar to the 2015 Washington Post first-team all-metro kick returner, who totaled 71 catches for 1,351 yards his junior season.
“I love the offense,” Savoy said. “It’s so similar to the offense I run now in high school. As far as me fitting in, I think it would be a good fit.”
Savoy continues to establish a quality relationship with the Tech coaches, including Fuente and wide receivers coach Holmon Wiggins. The Wilson star says he communicates with Wiggins every other day, “so I’m up-to-date on what goes on down there.”
“[The Tech coaches] were playing around, asking why I hadn’t committed yet,” Savoy said with a laugh, recalling what message coach Fuente and company had for him on Saturday. “I told them the whole process is new to me. I’m just getting used to it. They show a lot of love, so I show a lot of love back. Virginia Tech is a big-time school. I love the coaching staff. I love what they are doing for the kids, how they are going out of their...
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