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July 25, 2006
Virginia Tech's recruiting class for 2007 started slowly and quietly.? Tech's first commitment came from a relatively, at the time, unknown prospect, Quille Odom back in May - and has since added 11 more commitments with several more anticipated this week.?
The commitment momentum really started following Tech's one day on-campus camp, as the Hokies have garnered verbal pledges from numerous in-state and out-of-state prospects over the last several weeks, with the recent highlight of the State's number one ranked prospect, Tyrod Taylor, giving the Hokies the nod last Friday.
This week the Hokies recruiting 'roll' looks to continue with decisions coming from Greg Nosal and Davon Morgan, just to name two.? Nosal is set to announce his selection Tuesday afternoon and all signs point to Virginia Tech landing the 6-foot-7 lineman from Kellam High School.
Morgan has set his press conference for Wednesday afternoon, when he will announce his final choice from among three finalists, Virginia Tech, Tennessee and Michigan.? The quarterback / defensive back prospect was one of three Varina prospects that attended the aforementioned Tech camp, the others being Jamar Jackson and Bud Tribbey, who are both sporting offers from Virginia Tech.
Given the Hokies track record of late, another commitment or two by the weekend would not be surprising!
For more on Virginia Tech's other in-state recruiting targets - and our 'fearless' predictions on where a number of these standouts will end up, click on the links below! More on: Matthews, Battles, Hill, Givers, Bell, Hughes & Thomas Brian Linthicum (Charlottesville)??St. Anne's-Belfield HS -
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