After landing three commitments on the offensive line for the 2019 recruiting cycle, Virginia Tech is focused on addressing their needs for the 2020 recruiting cycle.

On Wednesday, Virginia Tech landed in the top group for one of the nation’s top offensive linemen in the rising junior class.

Knoxville (TN) Catholic 247Sports Composite four-star offensive tackle Bryn Tucker announced that he was focused five programs as the summer dead period continues.

The 6-foot 4.5-inch, 300-pounder announced that he is focused on Auburn, Tennessee, Notre Dame, LSU, and Virginia Tech.

"Thank you God for staying with me through the process! My focus will be on these schools #WDE #GBO #GoIrish #GoTigers #GoHokies," Tucker tweeted.

The No. 6 offensive tackle prospect in the 2020 recruiting cycle received a scholarship offer from Virginia Tech earlier this year during a junior day event on campus. He visited on February 17.

“Outstanding,” Tucker said about his visit to Virginia Tech in February.

“The campus is amazing,” he said. “The Hokie stone on the buildings was really cool. Everything was organized.”

Two months later, Tucker and his family returned to Virginia Tech to visit Blacksburg for the annual spring game.

“It was awesome,” Tucker told 247Sports after visiting for the spring game. “I loved everything about it.”

“They need me. They want me to start something with them and get the program rolling,” he added about the Hokies.

Tennessee, the home-town school for Tucker, holds 100-percent of the early 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions.

“"(Pruitt is) definitely going to turn this program around,” Tucker said after a visit to Tennessee earlier this year. “I can already see it. He has the intensity to get this whole entire team back on the right track like Tennessee was with (former coach Phillip) Fulmer. I like what he’s doing. He said, ‘We need to get you on here. We need to get on the road at Tennessee.’ He’s really going to do something with this team. I can just see it right now.”

According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite rankings, Tucker is the No. 44 overall prospect in the nation for the 2020 recruiting cycle and the No. 1 overall prospect in Tennessee.