Spring football has come and gone with Virginia Tech wrapping up their 15 practices this past week after a later-than-expected start to avoid VT’s Spring Break. Here’s a look at three Hokies who are on the rise after having strong
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
Though Virginia Tech is returning eight offensive starters from last season, Justin Fuente and the Hokies will have some true freshmen earning playing time on the offense in limited roles whether that’s on the outside at receiver or as one
Over the weekend before Early Signing Day, Virginia Tech gained three commitments including one from SWVA star TE James Mitchell. Mitchell was a top Virginia Tech target for well over a year with Mitchell being the Hokies’ only TE target
James Mitchell is one of the best college football recruits to come out of Southwest Virginia in the past decade. The Big Stone Gap, VA star saw his recruitment blow up with offers from plenty of power 5 programs outside