Name Pos. Home town Height Weight
Kyle Chung OL Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. 6-4 280
Charles Clark FS Suffolk, Va. 6-0 180
Brandon Facyson DB Newnan, Ga. 6-2 173
Holland Fisher FS Richmond 6-2 200
Kendall Fuller CB Baltimore 5-11 180
Bucky Hodges QB Virginia Beach 6-5 230
Cequan Jefferson CB Richmond 5-9 175
Jonathan McLaughlin OL Mauldin, S.C. 6-4 310
Jamieon Moss LB Elizabeth City, N.C. 6-2 210
Andrew Motuapuaka LB Virginia Beach 6-0 225
Deon Newsome Ath Hampton, Va. 6-0 180
Parker Osterloh OL Williamsburg 6-8 301
Carlis Parker QB Statesville, N.C. 6-3 180
Braxton Pfaff OL Lynchburg, Va. 6-4 285
David Prince Ath Roanoke 6-0 185
D.J. Reid RB Chester, Va. 6-0 205
Anthony Shegog FS Stafford 6-2 200
Wyatt Teller DL Bealeton, Va. 6-5 250

Best in class

Kendall Fuller, CB: The younger brother of current Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller, Kendall has a chance to line up opposite him next season. The All-Met Offensive Player of the Year could see immediate playing time after cornerback Antone Exum suffered a torn ACL last month. Fuller is Virginia Tech’s first five-star recruit since former quarterback Tyrod Taylor in 2007.

Wyatt Teller, DL: Defensive coordinator Bud Foster was filmed performing a cartwheel when Teller orally committed to Virginia Tech last summer, and he admitted Wednesday that he could be one of the future faces of his defense. The four-star prospect fits the mold of past Hokies greats who dominated in the trenches, with the combination of size and speed that could allow him to play multiple positions along the defensive line.

Bucky Hodges, QB: A potential replacement for Logan Thomas following the 2013 season, Hodges is the sort of dual-threat quarterback Virginia Tech has thrived with in recent seasons. He possesses a mixture of athleticism, arm strength and poise that new offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler raved about Wednesday.