New Virginia Tech men’s basketball coach Mike Young and staff had their work cut out for them when they took over in April. Despite losing their top 5 scorers from last season and their inherited 2019 recruiting class, Young and Co.
Mike Young and Virginia Tech has had some success on the recruiting trail and transfer market retaining Landers Nolley, and adding former Wofford big man Keve Aluma and former Wofford commit Hunter Cattoor. However, Young and the Hokies made their
Four-star PG Jalen Cone has been a top target for Virginia Tech for a while now whether it was Buzz Williams or Mike Young at the helm of the Hokies. Yesterday, Cone made a major announcement revealing his final 6
Four-star PG Jalen Cone is one of Virginia Tech’s top targets in the 2020 class and the North Carolina standout recently took an unofficial visit to Blacksburg. Enjoyed my unofficial to Virginia Tech! Always showing love and having fun! Btw
Basketball recruiting can seem to be at a faster pace than football recruiting and though Virginia Tech is looking to fill a scholarship for next season, the Hokies are also putting in the work in future recruiting. That includes making
The Class of 2020 may not be too close to their Signing Day, but Virginia Tech already has some top targets emerging in that cycle including four-star point guard Jalen Cone. Cone recently visited the Hokies for their game against