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Virginia Tech Football Recruiting: Hokies Hope To Land Handful Of Four-Stars

As National Signing Day hits the Virginia Tech Hokies hope to officially sign on a handful of four-star recruits, including two linebackers and two running backs. Head coach Frank Beamer is looking to reel in four-star linebacker Deon Clark from Chesterfield, VA out of Lloyd C. Bird, the No. 13 ranked linebacker in the country. The Hokies are also hoping to pull in the No. 16 ranked linebacker, Trey Edmunds from Ringgold, VA out of Dan River.

Virginia Tech plans to bring on four-star running back J.C. Coleman from Chesapeake, VA out of Oscar Smith, the No. 3 running back in the country. The Hokies hope to pair Coleman with four-star running back Drew Harris from Exton, PA out of Downingtown East. Harris is rated as the No. 22 running back in the country.

Lastly, the Hokies hope to officially sign four-star defensive back Donaldven Manning from Miami, FL out of Miami Central. Manning is rated as the No. 11 cornerback in the country.

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