Virginia Tech hosted a talented group of recruits last Sunday with four-star RB/DB Kamarro Edmonds arguably being at the top of the list of priority targets on campus. As Edmonds shared on social media and told us, his visit went well.
Edmonds added to us that it was a "great" visit and that he had a "very good time" while on campus. Edmonds had this to say about some of the things he did while on campus.
"I got to tour the campus, hang with the coaches, and see the facilities. I also saw pictures of new buildings and facilities being built," Edmonds said.
Edmonds was able to spend time with all of the coaching staff as well during his visit, but especially head coach Justin Fuente, RBs coach Adam Lechtenberg, and grad assistant Matt Kardulis.
In particular, Edmonds spent a lot of time with Adam Lechtenberg which went quite well with Lechtenberg impressing Edmonds.
"It was great. Real cool, straight up guy. He went with us on the campus tour pointing out things and then he showed us some film breakdown of how he likes to use his backs and what he expects," Edmonds said.
Additionally, Edmonds told us that his time with Justin Fuente was "great" adding that the two "talk often so it was real cool." His time with Matt Kardulis also went well with the duo's Carolina ties being a point of connection.
One of the unique things about this visit compared to one on a game weekend was the fact that Kamarro Edmonds was able to spend more time with the coaches as he shared with us.
"It was on a Sunday, so there weren't as many recruits there as some visits I have went on. I got to spend a lot of time getting to know coaches," Edmonds said.
Edmonds did plenty on his visit, but the beauty of the campus and his growing comfort with the coaching staff stood out the most from this visit.
"Just how beautiful the campus is and how comfortable I am with the coaches. I already knew how the atmosphere was on game day, so I just wanted to see everything else," Edmonds said.
So how did this visit impact Edmonds' recruitment and VT's standing in it?
"Oh it definitely helped a lot. I got a chance to really hang with the staff and that was big for me. It definitely made my decision harder," Edmonds said.
Looking ahead, Edmonds told us previously that he plans to visit Tennessee this Saturday (March 7th) followed by a trip to Louisville two weeks later (March 21st).
Kamarro Edmonds continues to be a priority target for Virginia Tech with the Hokies clearly emerging as a top contender in his recruitment after another strong visit.