After competing in a 7-vs-7 football tournament earlier this year at Virginia Tech, Evan Pryor made a return trip for Virginia Tech’s camp. Before Pryor left Blacksburg, he received a new offer. Excited to receive my 10th offer from Virginia
David McFadden had an impressive redshirt sophomore season for Virginia Tech winning an ACC title, making the semifinals of the NCAA Championships, finishing fifth overall at 165, and only losing two matches on the season (both in the NCAA Championships).
While Adonis Alexander’s departure and Jeremy Webb’s injury have drawn the headlines in Blacksburg, there have been other things happening around the Virginia Tech football program. Here’s some other notes from this past week. Kyle Chung Named to the Rimington
Virginia Tech was hoping that Jeremy Webb could come in and start for the Hokies in the 2018 season after the departures of Greg Stroman and Brandon Facyson. Unfortunately, injuries will prevent Webb from playing in 2018. Status updates on
Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech announced today that cornerback Adonis Alexander is no longer with the football team. Status updates on @JeremyRayshad1 & @Adoniskaaaaa from Coach Fuente MORE ⤵️https://t.co/ZfVbkNNo50 #Hokies 🦃 pic.twitter.com/qsM9vYoidP — Virginia Tech Football (@VT_Football) June 1, 2018
The Virginia Tech Hokies will travel to Happy Valley next season for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, according to Jon Rothstein. Penn State will host Virginia Tech in the 2018 ACC/Big Ten Challenge, per a source. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May