Three-star CB Jahmari DeLoatch out of 757 powerhouse Oscar Smith HS was among Virginia Tech's most notable visitors this past weekend. The standout 757 cornerback left Blacksburg impressed with his visit, as he shared with us.
"It was great. I enjoyed every minute of it," DeLoatch said on his VT visit.
He added this on why his visit to Virginia Tech was great.
"Spending time with the coaches and getting to know the culture and place," DeLoatch said.
He shared this on what he did during his visit to Virginia Tech.
"I went on a campus tour, took pictures, had a position meeting, ate, met the coaches, and had a good time!" DeLoatch said.
His visit included time with WRs coach Fontel Mines, one of VT's primary area recruiters for the 757, along with safeties coach Pierson Prioleau. He had this to say about his time with Fontel Mines.
"My time with him was good. He’s a great and energetic coach and fun to be around," DeLoatch said.
He had this to say about his time and conversations with Pierson Prioleau.
"It was nice! I learned about him and got to know him and how he and Coach Cheetah [Derek Jones] run the secondary," DeLoatch said.
Tech had plenty of momentum coming into this visit after DeLoatch previously told us that the Hokies were among three Power 4 programs currently standing out for him.
So how did this visit impact his recruitment, and where the Hokies stand in it?
"This impacted my recruitment a lot, finally being able to come and visit Virginia Tech," DeLoatch said. "Virginia Tech stands high on my recruiting list now that I got to see the place and learn more about it."
He added this on why Virginia Tech stands high in his recruitment.
"It’s a very nice place, and I love how they run the program and how they are a mainly man-coverage-based defensive team," DeLoatch said.
Virginia Tech continues to be a top contender for 757 CB Jahmari DeLoatch, especially after impressing on his visit to Blacksburg this past weekend.