Harley the Hokie

AUSTIN, Texas -- Kris Harley talks about his commitment to play at Virginia Tech in a defense that he considers as one of the very best in the entire country. Check out what he had to say moments after he inked his letter.
February 3, 2011

Harley Recruiting Teammates to Tech

Warren Central (Indianapolis) defensive tackle Kris Harley committed to Virginia Tech way back in April, but it doesn't mean he is done with recruiting. He took a trio of teammates to the Hokies' camp in July, and now he is recruiting the members of the 2012 class to join him in Blacksburg.
September 14, 2010

Warren Central Video Gallery - vs Glenville

Warren Central fought valiantly but lost a narrow one to Cleveland Glenville. Many of the Warriors' top prospects showed up that day and we have their individual highlights broken up.
September 10, 2010

Photo Gallery: Glenville vs Warren Central

In a game that featured over 30 Division-1 prospects in all classes, Glenville gained a last second victory over Warren Central. Here are photos from the game.
September 2, 2010

Scouting Report: Glenville vs Warren Central

The night cap of the Warren Central featured the home team against Cleveland Glenville. Both teams put a ton of talent on the field. Here are our notes on the game.
August 30, 2010

Scout's Take: Kris Harley

Virginia Tech scored a big early commitment with four-star defensive tackle Kris Harley. We take a look at the future Hokie on tape to see where he fits in with the team.
June 16, 2010

Catching Up with Tech Commit Kris Harley

Kris Harley's first sport is football, but he's not too shabby when it comes to the shot put either. The Virginia Tech commit from Warren Central High (Indianapolis, Ind.) won the state shot put title Saturday, but when VTInsiders.com contacted him, that wasn't what he wanted to talk about. Harley wanted to talk about football, and how he sees himself fitting into the Hokies defense.
June 10, 2010

Midwest Recruiting Notebook

The latest on all things recruiting from offers, to commits, sleepers and underclassmen from around the Midwest.
April 5, 2010