Brandon Facyson provides Bud Foster's scheme versatility.
French on the Bench
The Hokies' o-linemen are capable run blockers, but they must keep the quarterback upright this season.
Tech figures to be an improved zone run blocking team this season.
C.J. Reavis is poised to be the Hokies' starting rover this fall, how did he fare with the basics in Tech's Maroon-Orange Game.
French's film analysis of the Hokies first 2015 spring football scrimmage.
Adonis Alexander could play rover or whip for the Hokies.
Early enrollee Carson Lydon could challenge for Tech's No. 1 mike linebacker spot.
Alleyne is a physical safety / wide receiver prospect who signed with the Hokies in 2015.
Williamson has the potential to be a major contributor in Tech's secondary, down the road.
Defensive end Trevon Hill was an important signing for Virginia Tech.
Blue chip defensive tackle Tim Settle signed with Virginia Tech in February.
Offensive tackle Austin Clark signed with Virginia Tech in December and enrolled in January.
Defensive lineman Yosuah Nijman signed with Virginia Tech in December and enrolled in January.
Offensive lineman Tyrell Smith signed with Virginia Tech in December and enrolled in January.
Defensive back Mook Reynolds signed with Virginia Tech in December and enrolled in January.
The Hokies were in harmony in the trenches against the Bearcats.
Virginia Tech used 6 DBs, zone coverage and leverage techniques to defense Cincinnati's air attack.
Hokies-Bearcats Football Preview
Hokies defenders made one-on-one tackles in space.
Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler won a tight chess match with Virginia defensive coordinator Jon Tenuta.