Hokies Convene a 'Very Chill' Junior Day to Kick Off 2020, 2021 Recruiting Efforts in Earnest

The Hokies welcomed a handful of top prospects to campus to take in a quiet, if cold, Blacksburg.

2020 DE Antwaun Powell, right, gets a chance to take in the Wake Forest game with Justin Fuente. [Mark Umansky]

As dozens of recruits run through drills at summer camp visits, or coaches try to squeeze in some recruiting amidst a packed game day schedule, weekends in Blacksburg can feel a bit chaotic for most high schoolers visiting campus.

Even some Virginia Tech junior days, convened to ramp up the recruitment process for the next generation of prospects, can get a bit hectic over the spring, if enough recruits are in town.

But this past weekend, it would seem that the Hokies were able to keep things a bit low key for the recruits who headed to campus, setting aside plenty of time for staffers to meet one-on-one with the top targets from the classes of 2020 and 2021.

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