With national signing day a mere two weeks away, the Virginia Tech Hokies have most of their recruiting class finished. The key for the Hokies in the Class of 2013 is getting each of their recruits signed.
In recent years—especially in 2012 when they were awaiting decisions from three high-profile high school players—the Hokies had several offers out to players high on their wish list. Currently, the Hokies aren't expected to reel in any more players outside of those who have already verbally committed.
So, in creating this wish list, things will be a little different. The Hokies' four most important verbal commitments will be listed rather than those players who remain uncommitted.
For example, unsigned running back Derrick Green, from the state of Virginia, once considered the Hokies to be in his top-5, eliminated them from contention in November. Therefore, there is no need in listing him on their wish list.
The following list is comprised of four players the Hokies need most in the Class of 2013 from their current list of verbal commitments.