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Former Redskin LaVar Arrington, The Post's Barr and Viera headline national signing day preview show

On this week's episode of Verbally Committed -- A DMV Prepcast with B.J. Koubaroulis and Stephen Ball on CBS radio's 106.7 The Fan, former Redskin LaVar Arrington talks with Koubaroulis and Ball about what it was like to be the No. 1 recruit in the country back in 1996.

Listen to the interview.Click Here

Washington Post recruiting insider Josh Barr talked Hokies, Cavaliers and Terps football and Mark Viera, The Post's Virginia Tech beat writer, talked about who's coming to Blacksburg in the class of 2010. A total of six recruiting experts joined the show to talk about next week's national signing day.

Who do the experts believe had the best recruiting class between UVA, Tech and Maryland? Who are the top recruits still waiting to decide on their futures before next week's national signing day?

Hear the interviews below: writer Brian Mohr breaks down Virginia Tech's 2010 recruiting class. Click Here

Washington Post Hokies beat writer Mark Viera talks local recruiting and Virginia Tech football. Click Here editor Zirkle Blakely breaks down what local athletes have yet to choose a school. Click Here writer Chris Wallace breaks down UVA's 2010 recruiting class. Click Here writer Keith Cavanaugh breaks down Maryland's recruiting class. Click Here

Washington Post reporter Josh Barr breaks down whose the best of the whose left. Click Here

Also, Post editor Micah Pollack talks about the launch of Click Here

And former Gonzaga guard and McDonald's All American Mark Tillmon talks about Friday's WCAC hoops double-header at Bender Arena. Click Here

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By B.J. Koubaroulis  | January 28, 2010; 5:21 PM ET
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