I've watched it many times while cutting up the footage for French's review. I still think it was a clear INT. What do you guys think?
Boyd (just 29 votes over) LT3
Logan Thomas and Kyle Fuller represnted Virginia Tech at ACC Football Kickoff, the conference's preseason media event, in Greensboro, North Carolina Sunday. I didn't attend in person, but I watched the live stream and followed along on Twitter. This is what piqued my interest.
LT3 nonchalantly talking about trucking defenders en route to six. "Put a left shoulder down on somebody." I'm giddy.
Thomas noted the offensive line's improvement over the course of spring practice.
"Throughout the spring, they have gotten better and better every single week," Thomas said. "Every single scrimmage, you could see the difference. The last scrimmage that we had, the defense was sending the house at us. We were picking it up, we were able to get the ball out of my hand quick, picking up big gains. That's what you want to see and that's what we were doing."
Seeing the light come on for those guys, so to speak, gave him a jolt of excitement.
The full list of players attending is here: http://www.theacc.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/071112aaa.html. ACC Kickoff runs from July 22nd through the 23rd at the Grandover Resort located in Greensboro, N.C.
I think LT3 and Fuller are more than deserving, they were both 2nd team All-ACC selections a year ago. Thomas is the unquestioned leader of the offense, Fuller is one of a few leaders on a loaded defense. The last few seasons Tech has sent a pair of seniors:
Danny Coale, Wide Receiver, Senior, Lexington, Va.
Eddie Whitley, Safety, Senior, Charlotte, N.C.
LT3 is on the Maxwell -- Player of the Year
BRUUUUCE, Kyle Fuller and Gayle are on the Bednarick -- Top Defensive Player
Fuller named to Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List
May 7, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. - Forty-two of the most accomplished student-athletes in the country have been nominated for the ninth annual Lott IMPACT Trophy, it was announced today at a luncheon in Newport Beach, Calif., including Virginia Tech junior cornerback Kyle Fuller.
"Each year we are proud to present a list of college football players who exemplify the things we believe in," said Ronnie Lott. "This group is no exception. These young men are terrific players and great role models, both on and off the field."
Hayley Salyer spoke with Bud Foster about his playmakers and the depth of his squad. Foster mentioned Kyle Fuller as the most versatile player on the defense.
Also, Coach Beamer shared his thoughts following yesterday's mini-scrimmage.