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Kalen McCain Commits to Virginia Tech

WSLS 10 media partner and HokieHaven.com publisher Jason Stamm has confirmed Kalen McCain has committed to Virginia Tech for their 2014 class.

Stamm tells WSLS Sports Team that McCain is Virginia Techs commitment number 5 for the upcoming class.

McCain plays defensive back at Hillside High School in Durham North Carolina.

 Stamm says McCain had offers from NC State, Louisville, Georgia Tech and Appalachian State.

HokieHaven.com has him listed at 6'1'', 175 lbs.

You can Find Stamm's full article at HokieHaven.com

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