National signing day is just 23 days away, and the Virginia Tech Hokies will use these last three weeks to try to convince several uncommitted high school seniors to spend the next four—or three, or five—years in Blacksburg.
With 27 players currently verbally committed to Tech, the Hokies have only a few slots open. It is a large class, and the Hokies could free up more spots with kids going to prep school or basic attrition.
The next two weeks in particular are big for the Hokies with a couple of prospects. They will host current commit Javon Harrison as well as defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi on official visits. Nnadi is the team's top remaining target.
Not only does VT need to finish strong with uncommitted prospects, but they must also close hard with players who've already agreed to come to Blacksburg. Every year, once the season is done, higher-profile teams have a chance to see film of players they didn't want to offer a year before and attempt to poach them from schools they've pledged to. That is the case this year for the Hokies.
With most of the heavy lifting already completed, here is a look at Virginia Tech's remaining wish list for the class of 2014.