As letters of intent roll in Wednesday for Virginia Tech, and Tech targets, you'll get updates and bios on players right here. Check back all day:
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. High school/Hometown
Jaylen Bradshaw WR 6-1 180 Oscar Smith/Chesapeake
Finished with 65 catches for 1,102 yards and 18 touchdowns in the regular season during his senior year; selected Conference 2 tri-offensive player of the year; had scholarship offers from Towson, Delaware, Massachusetts, Charlotte and Campbell when he committed to Tech.
Kevin Bronson DE 6-3 258 Village Academy/Delray Beach, Fla.
Had 58 tackles, including 24 for losses and nine sacks, to go along with six forced fumbles as a defensive end in his senior season; had nearly 25 scholarship offers, including South Florida, Florida Atlantic, Rutgers, South Carolina, Florida, Miami, Nebraska, Arkansas, Central Florida, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, West Virginia, North Carolina State, Northern Illinois, Wake Forest and others.
Xavier Burke TE 6-3 245 Brunswick/Lawrenceville
Committed to Tech in July 2012 after performing well at a one-day recruiting camp on the campus; played mostly at defensive end in his senior season, and had 95 tackles, including 18 tackles for loss and 10 sacks; was selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl in Carson, Calif.
Chris Durkin QB 6-3 230 Ursuline/Youngstown, Ohio
Had turf toe in his senior season, but passed for more than 500 yards and ran for more than 500 yards; had 887 yards passing, 722 yards rushing and seven touchdowns as a junior; reneged on a commitment to Michigan State in December and decided to commit to Tech; also had offers from Northwestern, California, Indiana, Nevada, Illinois, Buffalo, Western Michigan, Bowling Green, Toledo and Akron.
Terrell Edmunds CB 6-1 185 Dan River/Ringgold
Posted 1,753 yards and 25 touchdowns as a running back in his senior season to go along with nine catches, 111 yards and a touchdown, two more touchdowns via returns and 53 tackles on defense; brother of current Tech running back Trey Edmunds, and son of former Pro Bowl Miami Dolphins tight end Ferrell Edmunds; had offers from Hampton and Cincinnati.
Holland Fisher DB 6-2 210 Fork Union Military Academy/Midlothian
Before going to FUMA, he had 72 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and five sacks, in an injury-plagued 2012 senior season at Manchester High in Midlothian; selected to Under Armour All-America game after senior season; finished junior season with 93 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and four sacks; had an offer from Penn State, and was offered by Alabama prior to heading to FUMA.
Isaiah Ford WR 6-2 180 Trinity Christian/Jacksonville, Fla.
Had 717 yards receiving and 12 touchdowns as a senior; selected first team Class 3A all-state at receiver in his senior season; garnered offers from Louisville, Miami, Florida, South Carolina, South Florida, FSU, Michigan State, Ohio State, Clemson, Louisville, UNC, Georgia Tech, Penn State, Vanderbilt, BC, Arkansas, Miami, Mississippi State, West Virginia, Texas Tech, Purdue, Central Florida, Maryland and others.
Eric Gallo OL 6-3 285 Council Rock South/Richboro, Pa.
Named Class AAAA all-state as a senior by the Pennsylvania Football Writers Association; selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl; had offers from Temple, Buffalo, Villanova and Massachusetts.
Kendrick Holland WR 6-3 190 Winter Haven/Winter Haven, Fla.
Selected second team Class 6A all-state at wide receiver as a senior; caught 50 passes for 770 yards in his junior season; had offers from Louisville, Minnesota, West Virginia, Tennessee, Rutgers, Indiana, South Florida and Kentucky.
Melvin Keihn LB 6-2 215 Gilman School/Baltimore, Md.
Logged 85 tackles, including 16 tackles for loss and nine sacks, while playing defensive end as a senior; chosen to play in the Under Armour All-American game in St. Petersburg, Fla.; a native of Liberia; had nearly 20 offers, including Maryland, U.Va., Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State, West Virginia, Pittsburgh, UNC, Wake Forest, N.C. State, Iowa, Georgia Tech and others
Travon McMillian QB 6-0 195 C.D. Hylton/Woodbridge
Completed 57.4 percent of his passes for 1,472 yards and 17 touchdowns while rushing for 1,537 yards and 20 touchdowns on 166 carries as a senior; had offers from U.Va., Auburn, West Virginia, UNC, Georgia Tech, California, N.C. State, Tennessee, BC, Illinois, Mississippi, Marshall and Maryland.
Raymon Minor LB 6-3 215 Benedictine/Ashland
Picked first team all-state at linebacker by the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association as senior; finished senior season with 54 tackles, including 11 for losses, plus 28 catches for 570 yards and five touchdowns; had offers from Marshall, Nebraska, Ohio State, Miami, ODU, Clemson, UNC, West Virginia, ECU, Oregon State, Rutgers, West Virginia, South Florida, Washington State, Colorado, Iowa, Miami, Temple, Duke and Charlotte.
Billy Ray Mitchell OL 6-4 280 Paramus Catholic/Paramus, N.J.
Selected first team All-New Jersey as a senior; chosen to play in the Offense-Defense All-America game; had offers from Wisconsin, Georgia Tech, N.C. State, Syracuse, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Akron, Miami (Ohio) and Massachusetts.
Shawn Payne DB 6-3 176 L.C. Bird/Chesterfield
Had 22 catches for 331 yards and four touchdowns in his senior season to help lead his team to a state championship; turned down an offer from Charlotte.
Colt Pettit OL 6-4 260 Patrick Henry/Deshler, Ohio
Chosen AP first team Division VI All-Ohio team as a defensive tackle in his senior season; co-defensive player of the year in Ohio as a senior; had offers from Purdue, Indiana, Illinois, Marshall, Ohio, Akron, Bowling Green, Toledo, Western Michigan, Kent State, Ball State and Miami (Ohio), along with appointment from Air Force and invitations to play from Harvard and Yale.
Cam Phillips WR 6-1 185 DeMatha Catholic/Laurel, Md.
Selected first team all-state and the state's offensive player of the year by the media after logging 68 catches for 1,233 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior; picked to play in the Offense-Defense All-America game; finished junior season with 34 catches for 632 yards and eight touchdowns; had offers from U.Va., Wisconsin, Penn State, West Virginia, UNC, Georgia Tech and Rutgers.
C.J. Reavis S 6-0 190 Thomas Dale/Chester
Finished senior season with 87 tackles, four interceptions and 12 pass breakups; chosen to play in the Offense-Defense All-America game; had offers from U.Va., Ohio State, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Nebraska, UNC, Miami, BC, West Virginia, Cincinnati, N.C. State, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Connecticut, Tennessee and Maryland.
D.J. Reid RB 6-0 190 Fork Union Military Academy/Chester
Had 1,159 yards on 170 carries to go along with 10 touchdowns in 2012 in his senior year at Thomas Dale High; chosen to play in the Chesapeake Bowl after his senior season; ran for 1,072 yards on 140 carries and scored 10 touchdowns as a junior.
Michael Santamaria K 5-8 150 Athens Academy/Athens, Ga.
Played quarterback, receiver, running back and free safety in addition to his kicking duties as a senior; named Region 8A all-purpose player of the year in Georgia as a senior; had 78 percent of his kickoffs go for touchbacks in his senior season; made a combined 12 of 17 field goals and 57 of 58 extra points in his sophomore and junior seasons.
Tyrell Smith OL 6-3 260 Don Bosco/Ramsey, N.J.
Picked second team All-New Jersey as a senior; gained 30 pounds from end of sophomore year to end of his junior year; turned down offers from Florida Atlantic and Massachusetts.
Steve Sobczak DT 6-1 285 Massaponax/Fredericksburg
Posted 21 tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries in his senior season; also played on the offensive line in an option offense; selected to play in the Offense-Defense All-America game; chosen first team 5A-North All-Region; had an offer from JMU.
Greg Stroman CB 5-11 165 Stonewall Jackson/Manassas
Ran for 1,233 yards and 15 touchdowns on 133 carries while passing for 1,544 yards and 17 touchdowns in his senior season; selected Conference 8 offensive player of the year as a senior; chosen to play in the Offense-Defense All-America game; had offers from U.Va., Wisconsin, ODU, Duke, Norfolk State, Massachusetts and Charleston.
Tabyus Taylor RB 6-1 215 Hopewell/Hopewell
Played quarterback his senior season and passed for 1,037 yards while scoring 29 touchdowns on his way to earning offensive player of the year honors in the 3A East Region; also played linebacker, defensive end and safety on defense; had an offer from JMU.
Ricky Walker DT 6-2 275 Bethel/Hampton
Logged 73 tackles, including 15 for losses and 11 sacks, in his senior season; selected to the Daily Press All-Stars in his junior and senior seasons; had offers from Michigan State, Wisconsin, Penn State, West Virginia, UNC, ODU, N.C. State, Vanderbilt, Pittsburgh, BC, Maryland, Purdue, Georgia Tech, Nebraska, Syracuse, Wake Forest, Mississippi, Illinois, UConn, Maryland and Louisiana-Lafayette.
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. High school/Hometown
Andrew Ford QB 6-3 195 Cedar Cliff/Camp Hill, Pa.
Completed 68 percent of his passes for 2,776 yards and 35 touchdowns as a senior; Gatorade state player of the year in Pennsylvania in senior season; passed for 5,733 yards and 70 touchdowns in his last two seasons; participated in the Elite 11 quarterback camp.
Shai McKenzie RB 5-11 215 Washington/Washington, Pa.
Sat out nearly all of his senior season with a torn right anterior cruciate ligament, but still had 650 yards and 11 touchdowns on just 36 carries (18.1 yards per carry); had 2,689 yards rushing as a junior; finished his prep career with 4,856 yards rushing.
Vincent Mihota DE 6-5 252 Massaponax/Fredericksburg
Suffered a broken foot that caused him to miss most of his senior season; received invitation to play in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl, but was unavailable due to his foot injury; selected Commonwealth District defensive player of the year as a junior.
Marshawn Williams RB 5-11 224 Phoebus/Hampton
Ran for 2,192 yards and 30 touchdowns on 265 carries in his senior season at Phoebus High; Daily Press All-Stars player of the year selection in his senior year; in his first three seasons at Hampton High, he had 1,854 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns.
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