The last time Virginia Tech played a top 10 team in a true road game during non-conference play was in 2010 at a third-ranked Kansas State team led by Jacob Pullen and Rodney McGruder. That changes tomorrow as the Hokies
James Mitchell is one of the best college football recruits to come out of Southwest Virginia in the past decade. The Big Stone Gap, VA star saw his recruitment blow up with offers from plenty of power 5 programs outside
Rasheed Walker is one of the highest-rated offensive tackles in the country with all four major rankings having him among the top 15 offensive tackles and top 150 recruits. Walker’s offer list is full of big time football programs, but
The first ever Early Signing Day for football is one week away as coaches and programs all across the country prepare for it. For Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech, the expectation is that any player currently committed to the Hokies
Coaches across college football are preparing for the first Early Signing Day including Justin Fuente and his staff. In many ways, there aren’t a lot of things that will be different, but this Signing Day does have the potential to
Virginia Tech has three players signed for their Class of 2018 headlined by four-star wing Landers Nolley. However, the Hokies are looking to add a big man to that class with three-star recruit Florent Thamba emerging as the top target.