Nick Acree | 6-6 | 295 | DT | King William/Fork Union Military Academy
Transferred from King William High to FUMA after junior year; injured his knee last summer, causing him to miss his entire senior season; considered offers from Ohio State, Penn State, Florida State, UCLA and Michigan.
Matt Arkema | 6-3 | 284 | OG | Midlothian/Midlothian High
Selected Associated Press Group AAA first-team all-state as a senior; chosen first-team All-Dominion District in his last two seasons; had offers from East Carolina, Marshall, Northwestern, Buffalo, Vanderbilt, Maryland, Ohio and Richmond, and an appointment from Navy.
Detrick Bonner | 6-0 | 180 | CB | McDonough, Ga./Luella High
Logged 74 tackles and three interceptions in his senior season; looked at offers from Michigan, Mississippi State, Louisville, Troy, Central Florida, Toledo, Louisiana-Monroe and Western Kentucky.
Nick Dew | 6-2 | 210 | LB | Virginia Beach/First Colonial High
Participated in the Under Armour All-America game in Orlando, Fla.; earned first-team All-Beach District honors as a senior; considered offers from Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia, East Carolina, Arkansas, Louisville, Purdue, Maryland and Syracuse.
Caleb Farris | 6-4 | 295 | OG | Fairfield/Rockbridge County High
Struggled through his senior season due to a lingering hamstring injury; chosen to play in the 2010 Offense/Defense All-American game in South Carolina; had offers from ECU and Marshall.
Kyle Fuller | 6-0 | 170 | CB | Baltimore/Mt. St. Joseph High
Sat out most of his senior season due to a finger injury and had one interception after recording four interceptions as a junior; brother of former Tech and current NFL player Vincent Fuller; considered offers from Kansas, Duke, Maryland and Syracuse.
Laurence Gibson | 6-6 | 295 | OT | Sierra Vista, Ariz./Hargrave Military Academy
Enrolled in Jan.; gained more than 50 pounds and moved from defensive line to offensive line since his final season of high school football in Arizona in 2008; had offers from Auburn, Clemson, Boston College and Mississippi State.
Derrick Hopkins | 6-0 | 275 | DE | Highland Springs/Highland Springs High
Named Capital District Defensive Player of the Year after registering 59 tackles, including nine sacks, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a senior; brother of current Tech player Antoine Hopkins; first offer came from Tech.
Brian Laiti | 6-3 | 210 | LB | Fairfax Station/Robinson Secondary School
Finished senior season with 123 tackles, including four sacks; selected Northern Region Defensive Player of the Year and Associated Press first-team all-state; had offers from West Virginia, Boston College and Maryland.
Mark Leal | 6-0 | 190 | QB | Greenacres, Fla./Atlantic High
Passed for 2,255 yards and 25 touchdowns and ran for 218 yards and four touchdowns in senior season; attended same high school as current Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley and current NFL players Brandon Flowers and David Clowney, both Tech alums; had offers from West Virginia, Kansas, Rutgers, Minnesota and Florida International.
Jerome Lewis | 6-3 | 235 | TE | Rochester, N.Y./Bishop Kearney High
Had 18 catches for 425 yards and five touchdowns to go along with 13 sacks in his senior season, after having 10 catches for 348 yards and a touchdown as a junior; looked at offers from Pittsburgh, ECU, Minnesota, Purdue, Colorado and Syracuse.
Zack McCray | 6-5 | 235 | DE | Forest/Brookville High
Registered 96 tackles, including 13 sacks, and a fumble recovery in his senior season; chosen first-team All-Seminole District and All-Region III; had offers from U.Va., Alabama, Nebraska, West Virginia, UNC, Boston College, Wake Forest, UCLA, Tennessee, N.C. State, Maryland and Duke.
Dominique Patterson | 6-2 | 215 | LB | Suffolk/King's Fork High
Also could play safety in college; had eight sacks in his junior season; his high school coach, Joe Jones, played football at Tech; only offer was from Tech, which extended the scholarship last July at an on-campus prospect camp.
Tahrick Peak | 6-2 | 205 | LB | Radford/Pulaski County High
Sat out much of his senior season due to a knee injury; had 127 tackles in his junior season; brother of current Tech player Nubian Peak; considered offers from U.Va., UNC, Marshall and Tennessee.
DeAntre Rhodes | 6-3 | 280 | DT | Sandston/Hargrave
Spent a semester at Hargrave after attending Varina High in Richmond; had 48 tackles, including 41/2 sacks, and three forced fumbles in his senior season; Tech was first school to offer him.
Mark Shuman | 6-7 | 285 | OT | Fork Union/FUMA
Son of FUMA football coach John Shuman and brother of former Tech center Ryan Shuman; had offers from U.Va., Georgia, Stanford, West Virginia, Notre Dame, California, North Carolina, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee, N.C. State and Duke.
E.L. Smiling | 6-1 | 185 | WR | Stafford/Brooke Point High
Had 52 catches for 783 yards and 11 touchdowns to go along with six interceptions as a senior; caught 24 passes for 391 yards and five touchdowns in his junior season; Tech was his first offer from a Bowl Subdivision program.
Justin Taylor | 6-2 | 218 | DE | Norwood, N.C./South Stanly High
Finished with 16 sacks in his senior season despite missing the first four games; skipped his sophomore season of football, but returned for last two seasons; had offers from Auburn, Kentucky, East Carolina, Arkansas and North Carolina State.
Chase Williams | 6-1 | 228 | LB | Leesburg/Loudoun County High
Enrolled in Jan.; son of Saints and former Redskins defensive coordinator Gregg Williams; looked at offers from West Virginia, Marshall, Southern Methodist, Rice, Tulane and New Mexico State.
Ricardo Young | 6-0 | 150 | QB | Washington, D.C./H.D. Woodson High
Enrolled in January; passed for 2,461 yards and 24 touchdowns as senior, after passing for 3,089 yards and 31 touchdowns and running for 780 yards and 11 TDs as junior; considered offers from U.Va., Cincinnati, West Virginia, UConn, ECU, USF, Louisville, Maryland, Syracuse and New Mexico.
— Norm Wood
Class breakdown: 20 players, 13 from VirginiaRating Tech's 2010 haul: Rivals.com (22), Scout.com (35)