Four-star receiver Drew Gloster out of Germantown (Md.) Good Counsel took notice of Virginia Tech's opening win against North Carolina State Sunday night. The 6-foot-2, 217-pounder with 4.57-second speed went on to talk about what he liked about the game.
"I enjoyed it a lot and I watched the whole game," he said. "I really thought Marcus Vick played well and they threw the ball a lot. The defense did well also and linebacker Xavier Adibi impressed as he got to the ball a lot too. It was a big ACC game for them and they pulled through and won. They are an exciting team to watch and they run a balanced offense and have a lot of enthusiasm."
The Rivals250 prospect feels he can help the Hokies from what he saw watching the game.
"I feel I can help them because they throw the ball across the middle a lot," he said. "To have Michael Vick's little brother be your quarterback, Marcus is going to be a great player and I can't wait to finally commit and get down there."
Gloster has yet to set an official or an unofficial visit with his parents to Blacksburg.
"I know my coach doesn't like me taking officials during the season so I'll probably go right after it is over," he said. "I'm waiting to go down with my parents and if they approve I'll commit."
The No. 7 player in Maryland plans to take all five official visits to schools including Miami, Maryland, Georgia and Florida before he firmly commits anywhere.
Gloster kicked off the season over the weekend against Mount St. Joe's as they won 31-14.
"I returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown. I also had four tackles on defense and three catches for 45 yards," he said. "I was pretty happy with my performance. We're still trying to get ourselves together, but our team played well.
"We'll have to play hard this week as we face Robinson Friday night. They're a good school from Virginia with running back Lucas Caparelli and a great quarterback. I can't wait to play them."