Junior college prospect Jeremy Webb took three official visits and contemplated a fourth. But after the first, he didn’t need to take any more.
Webb, a cornerback from ASA College in Brooklyn, N.Y., officially visited Virginia Tech on Nov. 17 for the Hokies’ win over Pittsburgh with his brother and mom. While he also visited Central Florida and West Virginia in the following weeks, it was that trip to Blacksburg that sealed his decision to commit to Virginia Tech on Dec. 15.
Now, the 6-foot-3 and 195-pound cornerback is set to sign Wednesday with the Hokies. He’ll enroll at Virginia Tech for the spring semester, and is set to work towards a starting job for the 2018 season.
“It was really just the relationship I have with the coaches,” Webb said. “When I came up for a visit, the amount of love they showed, how they made me feel like I was wanted and needed. They told me I was a missing piece that could put the (defense) over...
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