As summer approaches the heat will continue to turn up on the class. Here's a list of some of the top 2015 targets that made it out for a spring game visit along with the two commits the Pirates picked up.
2015 Kettle Run (Nokesville, Va.) defensive end Abu Kai Kai: The spring game visit was enough to make Abu Kai Kai pledge to the Pirates. He's a talented defensive end, but could be used a linebacker due to his lack of height. UNC Chapel Hill, Oregon State, Old Dominion and Virginia have all been in contact with Kai Kai. While he's committed now, that could change with time.
2016 Washington, D.C. (Wilson W. Shs) running back Abdul Adams: It was love at first visit for Abdul Adams, the talented running back pledged to the Pirates on during his spring game visit. Defensive Line Coach Marc Yellock is credited with Adams' recruitment, but it is still early on. After all, this was the first school to offer and the first school to host him for a visit. If he stays committed the Pirates have locked in an impressive back with tremendous upside.
2015 Millbrook (Raleigh, N.C.) defensive end Kengera Daniel: Alabama, Miami, ECU and Wake Forest have all offered Daniel, and for good reason. The 6-foot-6, 245-pound defensive end is a force on the line and has coaches salivating after a strong junior season. ECU defensive line coach Marc Yellock is on Daniel's trail, if the two build a relationship, there's potential
2015 George Washington (Danville, Va.) safety/wide receiver Tim Glass: One of many players from George Washington that visited for the spring game, Glass picked up an offer while he was on campus. ECU joins the mix with Cincinnati and N.C. State. Georgia, Duke and Virginia Tech have all hosted him for a visit. More offers could be coming soon.