While Virginia Tech football has a few questions on the offensive side of the ball, the defense may have some bigger questions across the board from the interior of the defensive line to the edges of the secondary. With that
The 2021 class is poised to be one of the strongest in the Commonwealth of Virginia in years with 12 2021 recruits recently receiving four-star or better grades from 247 Sports including four-star ATH/RB TreVeyon Henderson out of Hopewell, Virginia.
Shortly after Virginia Tech’s 2020 recruiting class lost a commitment, the Hokies have gained one in quarterback Noah Kim. Kim announced on Twitter on Thursday afternoon that he had received an offer and committed to Virginia Tech. Kim’s announcement comes
Virginia Tech football is headed into the summer workout portion of the schedule, but leaves spring with some questions to answer both on offense and defense. Here’s a look at the top questions Virginia Tech football has to answer on
Virginia Tech’s running back situation is arguably the biggest question mark the Hokies are facing as they head into the summer. VT’s coaching staff also appears to have some concerns about the running back situation with the Hokies showing interest
Tyler Warren, a 2020 three-star quarterback out of Mechanicsville, Va, has decommitted from Virginia Tech. Hanover Sports tweeted Wednesday that Warren has “reopened his recruitment.” Warren, a junior at Atlee High School, originally committed to the Hokies on August 17,