Jordan McFadden Talks Commitment to Virginia Tech After Clemson Offer

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Jordan McFadden is still committed to Virginia Tech, but Clemson has become a player in his recruitment since their offer on Aug. 1. (Photo via @Jmac_2332 on Twitter)

Just over a month ago, Dorman (S.C.) three-star offensive lineman Jordan McFadden gave Virginia Tech another lineman it sought for the Class of 2018. On July 4, he gave the Hokies his commitment.

Since then, McFadden has returned to Blacksburg and reconnected with a number of recruits, players and coaches. He also got the offer he’d long wanted as a kid, from nearby Clemson.

McFadden,’s No. 28 player in South Carolina, is still on board with his commitment to the Hokies, but the Tigers might not be out of it.

“I’m still very high on (Virginia Tech),” McFadden said. “I’m really glad I made this decision and I still feel really good about it.”

On July 21-22, McFadden was back at Virginia Tech for the Blacksburg Bash barbecue, and the visit reminded him why he made his pledge in the first place. It also gave him the opportunity to try to recruit another offensive lineman, Rivals100 tackle Rasheed Walker.

“It was a lot of fun,” McFadden said. “We went bowling, played pool. We hung out with