The Virginia Tech men’s basketball program has gained a verbal commitment from William Fleming (Roanoke, VA) rising sophomore shooting guard Warren Craft, the Roanoke Times reports.
The 6’2″ Craft averaged 12.3 points per game as a freshman in 2011/2012, helping the Colonels to a 14-11 overall record. He is Tech’s first commitment in the class of 2015, and he is James Johnson’s first commitment since becoming the Hokies’ head coach.
A multi-sport star at Fleming, Craft participates in the high jump, long jump and triple jump events in track. He earned second-team all-Timesland honors for his performance in the triple jump this past spring.
Inital attempts to reach Craft have been unsuccessful, but we plan to have much more on this basketball recruiting development in the coming days.