After months of anticipation, the Virginia Tech Hokies are on the board with three commitments in as many days.
"I committed to Tech this weekend because they give me an opportunity to win a national title and I felt very comfortable there," said Chantilly (Va.) Westfield quarterback Sean Glennon. "It came down to Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech, but I just felt better about staying closer to home and playing for an established football power. It's not an offense made for me, but I can adapt and they want to do more drop-back passing."
Glennon is a 6-foot-4, 190-pounder who is ranked as the No. 9 pro-style quarterback in the country by Rivals.com.
The next two commitments came from Washington (D.C.) H.D. Woodson teammates William Walls and Theodore Miller.
"We knew we wanted to go to the same school," said Miller, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound defensive back who will likely play cornerback at Tech. "We wanted to go to a good school with a good football program that was close enough to home so our families could watch us play. We both liked the coaching staff and the area."
Walls is a 6-foot-5, 250-pound defensive end who moves very well and has great strength. Miller and Walls are former teammates of current Hokie freshman Roland Minor. H.D. Woodson usually produces 1-2 top players every season and it seems the Hokies have a pipeline there.
"Why not?" said Miller. "It's close enough to home, they are moving to the ACC so we get to play some great schools and they compete for a national title every season. You can't beat that."