This year’s scouting reports on Virginia Tech’s 2021 recruiting class are going to be a little bit different. In the past, it was me (Chris Coleman) going at it alone. This year I’ve enlisted the help of Brandon Patterson, who is a better evaluator than I. Brandon is going to review each player, and then I’m going to give my thoughts.
We’re not going to do a full article on each player like in the past, but we’ll take a position-by-position look at the 2021 recruiting class. I’ve also avoided doing ETAs this year. This season, Virginia Tech and all schools will have two classes worth of true freshmen in their program since last year didn’t count towards eligibility. For example, Tech will have four true freshmen defensive ends on the roster this year. They’ll have five true freshmen tailbacks. They’ll have three true freshmen tight ends. It’s basically two recruiting classes in one, and I have no idea how it’s going to shake out over the next couple of years. I expect the Hokies, and everybody else, will have lots of attrition as a result. That, and the continued use of the transfer portal, make it borderline impossible to come up with realistic guesses for how quickly most players will see the field.
Click here for Part 1, our look at the offensive linemen and tight ends.
Click here for Part 2, our look at the running backs.
Click here for Part 3, our look at the wide receivers.
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