Virginia Tech Fighting Regional Foe For Myles Alston

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Myles Alston
Wide Receiver, Class of 2021
Ocean Lakes High School, Virginia Beach, VA
6-2, 175

Out of 13 offers, there are a few that especially intrigue Ocean Lakes (Va.) 2021 three-star wide receiver Myles Alston. He’s not ready to go into many details, but it’s a sign that his recruitment is moving along at a good pace.

South Carolina, UMASS, Charlotte and Navy are the most recent schools to offer Alston a scholarship, but one school might be the toughest to beat thanks to family connections and an increased familiarity. Of course, like Alston’s other options, it still has to adhere to his checklist of characteristics he’s looking for.

“Mainly, I’m looking for the best school that has my major,” he said. “If I can be at that school if I’m not playing football, like how the campus is. Can I be there and not play football? I’m looking at program success, campus life and all that, but education first.”

This past weekend, Alston visited Maryland for the second time in as many months. Alston has grown quite familiar with the Terps for a few reasons.

“Maryland is good and my parents are from the area,” he said. “My dad is from College Park, so I have family there. I like the coaching staff, how they are. Them getting Lox (Mike Locksley) from Alabama is big to me. I understand them, some of them being from some of the same places around me is really nice.”

Virginia Tech has also put itself in a favorable