According to the 247Sports All-Time Commits list, Virginia Beach (VA) Cox is a 247Sports Composite four-star edge rusher. Gerard Johnson It is one of the highest defenses. dead end Admissions prospects for Virginia Tech in school history.
Considered a four-star prospect in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, Johnson is listed as the No. 6 player in the state and No. 355 player in the nation for the 2024 class. His 0.8976 The combined rating is equal to the number 28 edge speed in its class.
According to the all-time commitment list, Johnson is the 8th-highest ranked edge rusher to commit to Virginia Tech in the rankings era.
The upper edge of the falls
Wyatt Teller (2013) – 0.9332
Ken Ekanem (2012) – 0.9251
Zach McCray (2010) – 0.9249
Taijun Garbutt. (2017) – 0.9066
Jason Adjepong (Words) (2006) – 0.9048
Corey Marshall (2011) – 0.9041
Jarontay Jones (2012) – 0.9008
A 6-foot-4-inch, 235-pound prospect, Johnson is the highest-rated edge rusher to commit to Virginia Tech since Garbutt. selected The Hokies’ 2017 recruiting class.
Johnson chose Virginia Tech over Virginia.
Under the last two sections Brent Pr, Virginia Tech landed five high school edge rushers. In the year In 2024, Johnson (0.8976) joined MT Airy’s (NC) edge rush. Derek Dundee (0.8625), who committed to the Hokies in March.
In the 2023 cycle, Virginia Tech added a 247Sports four-star junior college transfer. James Jennett (0.8781), Jason Abby (0.8743) and Ishmael Findlayter (0.8444) The average rating of the five prospects in the last two episodes is 0.8713.
Virginia Tech also added to Florida’s transfer edge. Antoine Powell Out of season. As a high school recruit, Powell was considered a four-star prospect with a 0.9251 combined rating, which ranks him second on Virginia Tech’s all-time pledge list for Hokies committed out of high school.
Virginia Tech currently has 13 verbal commitments in the Class of 2024 with three 247Sports Composite four-star prospects at the top of the list.