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Three-Star WR Xayvion Bradshaw Down to Virginia Tech and Vanderbilt

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Virginia Tech is looking to make one more splash before the end of the Early Signing Day period with three-star WR Xayvion Bradshaw set to decide today between the Hokies and Vanderbilt.

Since Brent Pry's arrival, he has prioritized a few talented in-state recruits that were overlooked by the previous staff including Xayvion Bradshaw who is teammates with Brody Meadows who flipped from UVA to Tech. Vanderbilt has been involved for a while with Bradshaw, but Tech appears to have all the momentum especially after he had a "great visit with Coach Pry and everyone" this past weekend in Blacksburg.

Bradshaw is also one of the most dynamic players in Virginia who helped lead Graham HS to a state championship game alongside Meadows and would fit very well in the slot for Tech. He could even be the #2 guy in the slot for 2022 with Tayvion Robinson gone to Kentucky and Da'Wain Lofton established as the top guy there at the moment.

Bradshaw brings some NFL pedigree with him as his dad is former New York Giants Super Bowl champion RB Ahmad Bradshaw.

Pry said on Wednesday that adding a couple more offensive skill guys is a priority for him especially with Tech signing only 1 QB, 1 RB, and 1 WR. Bradshaw would do just that while signing him now will prevent him from potentially getting poached by a big time power at the last minute in the sprint to February.

Landing Bradshaw would be another statement backing the fact that Pry is living up to his word that the "footprint" and especially Virginia will be his top priority on the recruiting trail.

Virginia Tech has a great chance to make one more splash on the trail at 1pm as they hope to finish off the Early Signing Day period with one of the top playmakers in Virginia.

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