The good news for Virginia Tech keeps coming after the Hokies' junior day today, their earliest in program history.
Just before leaving campus, HD Woodson (DC three-star cornerback DuWayne Johnson gave Virginia Tech his commitment. But he's not alone in the secondary.
Shortly after Johnson's decision, HokieHaven.com has confirmed that the Hokies received a second pledge of the day, for the 2015 class, with cornerback Mook Reynolds of Northern Guilford (NC). Reynolds now joins Johnson, four-star defensive end Michael Barnett and three-star cornerback Ashton White in Virginia Tech's 2015 class.
Reynolds, recruited by assistant coach Charley Wiles, had 80 tackles last season as a junior, including 13 tackles for loss. Reynolds also had three interceptions, a pair of sacks and a fumble recovery.
The Hokies were the first to offer Reynolds last fall, but they've been joined recently by Duke, North Carolina and East Carolina.