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Virginia Signs 17 For National Signing Day

Virginia Signs 17 For National Signing Day

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Virginia Head Coach Mike London announced 17 student athletes that signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.  The class is ranked 25th in the nation and 4th in the ACC.  Headlined by two 5 star athletes Andrew Brown and Quin Blanding, the number 5 and 10 players in the ESPN 300.  London was excited to welcome the new talent to UVA, ” It’s a really good recruiting day for University of Virginia Football.  Even though it’s 15 that signed this morning (Andrew Brown and Jacob Fieler are already enrolled) it’s really quality, quality players.  Very excited about who they are, and what they represent and the opportunities for them to come in and help this football team.”  Virginia is one of two FBS programs to boast two top ten recruits, the other is Alabama, who once again has the number one recruiting class in the country.  For more coverage of football signing day, listen weeknights at 6 to the Best Seat in the House.

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