Archbishop Spalding (MD) wing Cam Whitmore finished his sophomore season of high school averaging around 15 points, 10 rebounds, three assist and three blocks per game.
He was named all-metro 1st team, all-county first-team, All-A conference MIAA and All-BCL first team.
At 6-6, Whitmore can handle the ball and make plays, and that’s why Virginia Tech decided to offer him a scholarship.
“I like the coaching staff because they made me feel welcomed when I took my unofficial visit there,” he said. “Also, the atmosphere was GREAT…tons of fans.”
Virginia Tech joins UMBC and Towson as the only programs that have offered so far with interest coming from Maryland, George Washington, Georgia, Temple and others.
“[Coaches like] my will to go to the basket at any time,” he said. “My athleticism and my mid-range. I can shoot the three when open and they say I can handle the ball and playmake.”