Brent Pry continues to send a clear message that Virginia Tech is back to recruiting the Commonwealth of Virginia first and foremost with the Hokies landing a commitment from talented in-state WR Xayvion Bradshaw out of Graham HS in Bluefield, Virginia.
The #Hokies have updated their signing day page with Xavyion Bradshaw, an athlete out of Graham High who was announcing today. He's listed as a WR. Had over 1,400 yards, 33 touchdowns as a senior. HS teammate of recent VT signee Brody Meadows.— Andy Bitter (@AndyBitterVT) December 17, 2021
Bradshaw, the son of former Super Bowl champion RB Ahmad Bradshaw, chose the Hokies over fellow finalist Vanderbilt along with offers from Notre Dame, Cincinnati, Arizona State, Virginia, West Virginia, Purdue, Kansas, and numerous others. He becomes the second WR commit for the Hokies this cycle and an impressive 13th commit in-state.
He also is the fifth new commit for the Hokies since the arrival of Pry, all of which have come from players in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Bradshaw joins his teammate Brody Meadows in signing with the Hokies with both being new commits under Pry. That also makes Graham HS the second high school this cycle to have multiple Hokie signees along with the Lord Botetourt HS duo of Gunner Givens and Hunter Mclain.
We will have more as this story develops.