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Virginia Tech women's basketball made a major in-state recruiting splash today as the Hokies landed a commitment from four-star wing Alyssa Andrews out of Colgan High School in Manassas, VA.
Committed🦃🧡 pic.twitter.com/sHGhk0Sb6r— Alyssa Andrews (@alyssatandrews) August 8, 2020
Andrews is the second Virginia Tech commit for the 2021 cycle along with three-star guard Brianna Turnage. Andrews is ranked 65th nationall among 2021 prospects by ESPN including eighth among wings, making her the highest-ranked recruit to choose the Hokies since Elizabeth Kitley chose VT as a five-star recruit.
Andrews was impressive this past season averaging 22.1 points and 12.1 rebounds per game on her way to earning many honors including VHSL Group 6 Player of the Year and a spot on the All-Met First Team for women's players in the Washington D.C. area.
Kenny Brooks has landed talented players in a multitiude of ways via the transfer market, JUCO transfers, and through traditional high school recruiting. The addition of Alyssa Andrews is a great sign that Tech's success is continuing to boost their status among the best recruits in Virginia and continue to rise up the ranks in the ACC.
We will have more as this story develops.