The Virginia Tech Hokies picked up a big class of 28 recruits on National Signing Day and just missed out on the Top 25 in terms of the year's big winners for the 2012 class of prospects. Here's the full rundown on who the Hokies managed to pick up.
A whopping seven of the commitments to Virginia Tech were consensus four-star prospects, according to Rivals. The four-stars are athlete Joel Caleb, linebackers Deon Clarke, Trey Edmunds and Ken Ekanem, running backs J.C. Coleman and Drew Harris and defensive back Donaldven Manning.
Three-star recruits for the Hokies were defensive ends Woody Baron, Seth Dooley and Jarontay Jones, offensive lineman Augie Conte, defensive backs Desmond Frye, Der'Woun Greene, Donovan Riley and Davion Tookes, wide receivers Mark Irick, Thomas Smith and Joshua Stanford, tight end Dakota Jackson, running back Chris Mangus, linebackers Dahman McKinnon and Devin Vandyke, athletes Brenden Motley and Jerome Wright and defensive tackles Alston Smith and Nigel Williams.
Offensive linemen Adam Taraschke and Jack Willenbrock comprised the two-star recruits for the Hokies.
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