Virginia Tech scored big on Tuesday, scoring their top target and one of the nation's top small forward prospects.
Seth Greenberg got his man.
The Virginia Tech head coach made it clear on the summer circuit that Dorian Finney-Smith was his top priority. Following him gym to gym, Greenberg went all out for the 6-foot-7 wing prospect.
The time and effort paid off on Tuesday when Finney-Smith gave a verbal pledge to Virginia Tech, according to a source close to the situation.
A four-star prospect that ranks among the nation's top 30, Finney-Smith picked the Hokies after taking official visits to Florida and Old Dominion.
During his junior season, Finney-Smith led Portsmouth (Va.) I.C. Norcom to a 3A state title, while averaging nearly 20 points and 13 rebounds per outing.
Finney-Smith is the fourth 2011 verbal commitment for Greenberg. He joins a pair of four-star prospects -- Marquis Rankin and C.J. Barksdale -- as well as three-star standout Robert Brown.
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