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Virginia Tech Signing Class Announced

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Kyle Chung OL 6-4 280 Ponte Vedra Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Charles Clark, Jr. FS 6-0 180 King's Fork Suffolk, Va.
Brandon Facyson * DB 6-2 173 Northgate Newnan, Ga.
Holland Fisher FS 6-2 200 Manchester Richmond, Va.
Kendall Fuller CB 5-11 180 Our Lady Of Good Counsel Baltimore, Md.
Bucky Hodges QB 6-5 230 Salem Virginia Beach, Va.
Cequan Jefferson CB 5-9 175 Henrico Richmond, Va.
Jonathan McLaughlin * OL 6-4 310 Mauldin/Fork Union Military Mauldin, S.C.
Jamieon Moss LB 6-2 210 Northeastern Elizabeth City, N.C.
Andrew Motuapuaka LB 6-0 225 Salem Virginia Beach, Va.
Deon Newsome ATH 6-0 180 Hampton Hampton, Va.
Parker Osterloh * OL 6-8 301 Warhill Williamsburg, Va.
Carlis Parker * QB 6-3 180 Statesville Statesville, N.C.
Braxton Pfaff OL 6-4 285 Liberty Christian Academy Lynchburg, Va.
David Prince ATH 6-0 185 Patrick Henry Roanoke, Va.
D.J. Reid TB 6-0 205 Thomas Dale Chester, Va.
Anthony Shegog FS 6-2 200 North Stafford Stafford, Va.
Wyatt Teller DE 6-5 250 Liberty Bealeton, Va.
* - already enrolled at Virginia Tech
 
 
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