Virgil said that the game's final outcome did not have a profound effect on his decision.
"No, not really, but I was watching my position that each schools said they want me to play, and how the players play that," he said. "If I had to base my decision on the game, that would be a hard decision to make."
That decision will be made on other factors including the classroom.
"Really, what's the best place for me," he said. "Somewhere I can get a good education, win ballgames, and possibly win a bowl. After seeing the game, I'm going to have to hold out until after the season.
"It was still 50-50 like a balance beam, really. Certain times I would lean to Virginia Tech and then Carolina would do something good and I would lean towards them."
Virgil is having to also balance the load of a big season on his back, but thus far he is silencing any doubters they may have in finishing a perfect regular season.
"That feels good to make history like that," he said. "The first 10-0 in forty years, we're doing good now, we just got to keep it up."
Despite an unblemished record, Rocky Mount is a No. 2 seed in the East region for the North Carolina playoffs, which begin this weekend.