Virginia Tech handed out some offers recently at their camps including one to 2024 6'8'' OT Eagan Boyer out of Cornelius, North Carolina.
After a great camp and conversation with @CoachJoeRudolph and @CoachPryVT, I'm excited to say I have received a full scholarship offer to play for @HokiesFB. @EvanGWatkins247 @HoughFB @peteyjohnson74 @finisholacademy #gohokies pic.twitter.com/PWD7WjayTv— Eagan Boyer (@BoyerEagan) June 17, 2022
He had this to say about his reaction to receiving an offer from Virginia Tech during a conversation in Brent Pry's office after camping in Blacksburg.
"Really excited. I’ve been on campus a few times and like Coach (Joe) Rudolph a lot. I enjoyed working with him today," Boyer said.
The Hokies joined Wake Forest and Charlotte on the offer list for the promising North Carolina offensive tackle. Boyer added this on how his conversation with Pry went as a whole.
"It was great. They like how athletic I am and my potential," Boyer said.
So how did his camp visit to Virginia Tech go as a whole?
"Great! Learned a lot. The camp was ran really well. The players being involved was great. Coach Rudolph gave a lot of good instruction to us," Boyer said.
Additionally, Boyer gave us some insight on what he learned from Joe Rudolph and Virginia Tech during his camp visit.
"More work on independent hands and then just small tweaks to my game," Boyer said.
There's no doubt that Boyer was quite impressed by offensive line coach Joe Rudolph who continues to prove to many recruits why he has the big time reputation that he has.
So how does this offer and visit impact his recruitment and where Virginia Tech stands in it?
"VT is in a good spot. I love the campus and coaches. It’s just getting started so it’s hard to say it really impacts it," Boyer said.
Though things are early in Eagan Boyer's recruitment, it's clear that Virginia Tech made a strong early impression on someone who is poised to be one of their primary offensive line targets for the 2024 cycle.