Virginia Football Early Enrollees Arrive In Charlottesville

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Via Twitter, Virginia football welcomed four new recruits to Charlottesville. Quarterbacks Brennan Armstrong and Bryce Perkins, offensive lineman Bobby Haskins, and outside linebacker Noah Taylor officially begin their Cavalier careers on Wednesday, January 17, which is the beginning of the 2018 spring semester.

Perkins, a junior college transfer from Arizona Western College and formerly an Arizona State student athlete, will have two seasons of eligibility remaining. Armstrong, Haskins, and Taylor are all beginning their collegiate careers. Haskins, a native of Connecticut, attended The Hun School (Princeton, N.J.) as a postgraduate this past fall. Armstrong is a graduate of Shelby High School in Ohio while Taylor, Virginia’s very first commitment in the 2018 Class, attended Avalon School in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

All four players signed with the Hoos last month. Fifteen more high school recruits signed as well during the early signing period. Those recruits are expected to enroll this summer.

Click here for the full rundown of Virginia class of 2018 early signees (high school recruits only, so Perkins is not on this list.)
Click here for the list of those committed-but-n0t-signed players. The tally as of this writing is three.
Click here for my EDGE article with Perkins, who discusses his decision and expectations in-depth.

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