The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: The Virginia Tech Basketball Roster, Quincy Patterson’s Development, And More

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1) Discuss Virginia Tech’s current basketball roster, the current 2019 recruits, and what could happen between now and next season. – Chris Coleman

CC: Yes, I asked myself a question because I wanted to cover this today.  I don’t think I can get a whole article out of it because so much is unclear right now, but I want to address it.  Here are the players eligible to be on next year’s roster.  I’m not including Anthony Harris, who was released from his LOI yesterday, though it’s possible that he could return to the fold.

F Kerry Blackshear, r-Sr.
G Wabissa Bede, Jr.
G Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Jr.
F PJ Horne, Jr.
G Isaiah Wilkins, So.
G Jonathan Kabongo, So.
G/F Landers Nolley, r-Fr.
G Andre Gordon, Fr.
F Emanuel Miller, Fr.
F Yavuz Gultekin, Fr.

Clearly that’s a whole lot of unknown.  That’s 10 players. Nickeil Alexander-Walker will likely declare for the NBA Draft, which would cut the number down to nine.  I seriously doubt Tech will hang on to Emanuel Miller, who only signed because of his Canadian connection with Jamie McNeilly, who will go to Texas A&M with Buzz Williams.  That would cut the number down