Since the moment that a four-star tight end out of Big Stone Gap, Va. walked onto Virginia Tech’s campus a little less than a year ago, the coaches have spoken adamantly about the impact that he was going to have.
While Virginia Tech’s Spring Game did not follow the traditional format, there was still plenty to learn during the contest. Here are the five main takeaways from today’s game. 1. Ryan Willis is Still the Starting Quarterback Last season, Ryan
Three-star OL prospect Kobe Baynes is set to visit to Blacksburg this weekend for the Virginia Tech Spring Game. I will be at the Virginia Tech 🦃 spring game this Saturday @HokiesFB @CoachFuente #Hokies — Sandman⚰️🥞 (@baynes_kobe) April 9, 2019
From the campus layout to the relationships with the football coaches, 2020 DE prospect Kaimon Rucker had nothing but praise after his recent visit to Blacksburg. https://twitter.com/kruck75/status/1112161133488730117 “It was amazing,” Rucker said. “The campus and facilities were beautiful.” He also
Zay Peterson, a 2020 safety from Hartsville, SC, enjoyed his recent visit to Blacksburg. He says he enjoyed getting to spend time with safeties coach Justin Hamilton and observe practice. “It was great,” said Peterson of the opportunity to watch
When Buzz Williams took over the Virginia Tech basketball program after the 2013-14 season, making the NCAA Tournament even once seemed like a long ways away let alone three-straight years. Seeing Virginia Tech make a Sweet 16 seemed impossible for