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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Virginia Tech got its seventh commitment for 2014 when Danville defensive back Terrell Edmunds, the younger brother of Hokies redshirt freshman running back Trey Edmunds, said he’d sign next year.
Edmunds’ father, Ferrell, is a former NFL tight end who attended Maryland and is now the head football coach at Dan River High.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Terrell is an under-the-radar recruit. He’s not ranked by Rivals and did not have a 247 Sports profile until midday Wednesday.
As a junior last year, he was a second-team Group A Division 2 all-state pick at defensive back, although he also played quarterback and wide receiver for the Wildcats. Rivals lists him as a cornerback.
According to Rivals, he also had offers from Cincinnati and Hampton.
The Hokies have a long history of recruiting within the same family. The 2014 roster will feature two pairs of brothers — cornerbacks Kyle and Kendall Fuller and linebackers Ronny and Devin Vandyke.
Commitments are non-binding until players sign their letters of intent on National Signing Day next February.
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