Virginia Tech has reportedly found its next coach, and an announcement is expected soon.

Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports reported that the Hokies have focused on Penn State defensive coordinator Brent Pry, and a hire is expected soon. Pry going to Virginia Tech would be a reunion of sorts. He was a graduate assistant there and coached the defensive line from 1995-98. Pry took over the Penn State defense before the 2016 season.

According to his Penn State bio, Penn State’s defense under Pry has been disruptive over the last five seasons. According to Coaches by the Numbers and Pro Football Focus, PSU ranks third nationally in QB hurries (876), fourth in total pressures generated (1305), tied for fourth in sacks (195), fifth in fewest passing TDs allowed per game (1.16), seventh in tackles for loss percentage (10.76) and ninth in fewest rushing yards per attempt (3.51) over that span.

Pry’s career has included 14 bowl appearances, with top-25 finishes in total defense in 8 of his last 11 seasons (4 at Penn State; 3 at Vanderbilt; 1 at Georgia Southern).