Virginia Tech Basketball: Analyzing Hokies potential 2020-21 rotation

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GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA – MARCH 10: Head coach Mike Young of the Virginia Tech Hokie (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

After many players leaving and coming into Virginia Tech Basketball, Mike Young looks to continue the young Hokie’s development.

It was an eventful offseason, to say the least for Mike Young and Virginia Tech Basketball.

Tech lost last year’s leading scorer Landers Nolley to the transfer portal, as well as, Isiah Wilkins and big man P.J. Horne. But Tech has a lot of transfers coming into the program too. The Hokies get former Kansas State high flyer Cartier Diarra, former Delaware big man Justyn Mutts, and former Iowa forward Cordell Pemsl.

Mike Young also brings a stellar class to Blacksburg this year with the 37th best class in the nation and the seventh-best in the ACC. The class is headlined by four-star recruit Joe Bamisile and four-star Darius Maddox, to go along with three-star big man David N’Guessan.

The Hokies will again be a young team but rely heavily on the transfers in terms of experience.

Tech should look to improve greatly from last year’s 16-16 season which should be considered a success, as the Hokies were picked to finish last in the ACC and finished 10th and were even in the NCAA Tournament discussion until a late-season collapse.

The Hokies have a good team with talent this upcoming season. Here is a look at the Hokies depth chart for the 2020-2021 season.

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