Virginia Tech Football National Signing Day 2014: Position-by-Position Analysis

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Virginia Tech Football National Signing Day 2014: Position-by-Position Analysis
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Frank Beamer managed to reel in another decent recruiting class.

The Virginia Tech football program might not have had a huge national signing day, but like most years, Frank Beamer and company assembled a deep, well-rounded class.

The Hokies were able to address some big needs and add depth for the future, all while recruiting better outside the state of Virginia than they have in a decade. 

247Sports rates the class No. 27 in the nation, and that feels about right for a class that was solid, if not spectacular.

The coaching staff is surely down about not landing some top in-state recruits, particularly losing out on Derrick Nnadi on signing day, but Hokies fans should be pretty happy about this class. Beamer might not always deliver fireworks in the recruiting cycle, but he and his staff have become adept at finding players who fit in his system.

Read on for a look at how the Hokies did on national signing day at each of the major positions.

 

Unless otherwise noted, all stats and ratings are courtesy of 247Sports and all quotes were obtained in person from the team’s signing day news conference.

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