Virginia Tech junior guard Sean Pedulla has been selected a top 100 player by The Almanac as featured in the 2023-24 season preview Wednesday morning.
He checked in at No. 95.
The Edmond, Okla., native nearly tripled his scoring production from his freshman season to sophomore campaign. Pedulla, who predominantly plays point guard, was Tech’s second leading scorer in 2022-23 at 15 points per game. He is a three level scorer who will be greatly aided by the Hokies’ increased depth in the backcourt this season.
Mike Young, who has a reputation for the development of elite guards, will have more flexibility in moving Pedulla off the ball with a healthy Rodney Rice and freshman Brandon Rechsteiner. With the likes of those three, in addition to 2022 ACC Tournament MVP Hunter Cattoor and MJ Collins, the Hokies have one of the more formidable backcourts in the ACC.
Pedulla was a double-figure scorer in 31 games last season, reaching double-figure scoring in each of his first 18 games of the season, becoming the first Hokie to do that since Erick Green scored double figures in all 32 games of the 2012-13 season.
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