Josh Morgan may have gone full Plaxico. The former H.D. Woodson, Virginia Tech and Washington Redskins wide receiver has reportedly been charged by Virginia authorities after accidentally shooting himself.Read full article >>
As the final minutes ticked off the clock in the New York Giants’ 36-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night, David Wilson found himself sitting all alone on the bench, his helmet still on.
Four Virginia Tech Hokies from last year’s team have made the 53-man rosters for NFL teams and are ready to make their professional debuts.
Former Hokies wide receiver Danny Coale agreed to contract terms with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday.
The 2012 NFL draft came and went this past weekend, and while not every former Virginia Tech player eligible to be drafted was picked over the course of seven rounds and three days, the Hokies were well-represented. Read full article >>
Slow news day for Virginia Tech, although the Hokies practice again Wednesday night at Lane Stadium, holding a brief scrimmage at the end of it. It’s closed to the public and media, but the school said it will provide statistical leaders afterward.
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. thinking second round for David Wilson, third or fourth for Jayron Hosley
Former Hokies David Wilson and Jayron Hosley, by most accounts, had strong showings at the NFL Combine, but where they project in the upcoming NFL Draft remains in flux, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr.
First, our long national nightmare is almost over. Georgia Tech has reportedly finalized its 2012 football schedule, the last hurdle to the ACC releasing its full slate for the upcoming season. That could be as early as today, so check back for more details.
In the days after former Virginia Tech wide receiver Danny Coale had what appeared to be an overtime touchdown catch controversially overturned in the 2012 Sugar Bowl, he took solace in the record amount of fan mail he received. Some offered their opinion on the play that ultimately cost the Hokies [...]
ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay solid on RB David Wilson, low on CB Jayron Hosley, very high on WR Danny Coale
Todd McShay, the director of college football scouting for ESPN Scouts Inc., was kind enough to do a teleconference today to discuss the upcoming NFL Combine, which takes place Feb. 22-28 in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium.
From Andy Bitter of the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot/Roanoke Times: Virginia Tech cornerback Jayron Hosley and running back David Wilson both submitted their paperwork for the NFL Draft advisory board, a group of NFL general managers and personnel directors who give underclassmen [...]