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McLean's Beiro accepts walk-on slot at Virginia Tech

McLean High School senior running back Riley Beiro has accepted a preferred walk-on slot with the Virginia Tech football program. A three-year letter-winner at McLean, Beiro turned heads during his senior year when he rushed for more than 1,000 yards and was a first team all-district, all-region and honorable mention all-state selection.

"Riley's athleticism is demonstrated by the variety of positions he played," McLean Coach Jim Patrick wrote in an email. "During the past year, he was called upon to play running back, quarterback in a wildcat formation, and wide receiver on offense; as well as linebacker and safety on defense. He also returned kickoffs and punts."

Beiro had more than 25 carries in six games last year, including a 47-carry, 287-yard, 4 touchdown game against Langley. He helped McLean (6-5) to its best finish in more than 10 years. He is expected to play linebacker at Virginia Tech, according to Patrick.

By B.J. Koubaroulis  | February 25, 2010; 2:03 PM ET
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