Virginia Tech has found its next head coach, per a report.

That’s according to Yahoo!’s Pete Thamel, who indicated an announcement could come soon.

Pry has been Penn State’s defensive coordinator since 2016 and he has worked for James Franklin since 2011. He’s led several elite defenses for the Nittany Lions, including this season’s:

This hire would get Virginia Tech back to a more defensive identity that it had for so many years under Frank Beamer and Bud Foster. Justin Fuente came to Blacksburg as more of an offensive coach.

Pry also has ties to the region and could help with recruiting the state of Virginia better than Fuente did. Depending on his staff, the Hokies could be well-positioned for recruiting high-level talent in the near future. Pry was a grad assistant with the Hokies from 1995-97.

This hire leaves just one remaining vacancy in the ACC: Duke. It’s possible other jobs will open, but the coaching carousel — in the ACC specifically — is slowing for now.