Wyatt Teller blocking technique.

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What a recovery from a trip! I wish I could be that graceful when I lose my balance.

He hit em with that Samus block.

The Orange and Maroon you see, that's fighting on to victory.

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Damn athletic and focused. Very impressive. That move may become a new practice drill!

Bud's been teaching this kind of athleticism for years!

Not Hokie related, but another insanely impressive block I saw today.

I played LG growing up, I can't even fathom seeing that and having the reaction/athleticism to get over and make that block, kinda reminds you that NFL players are a whole other species than normal people

VT '17

I don't think I ever learned that one. But, when we practiced our down blocks on the boards, at the end of the block you would put your palms on the ground and try to kick the person holding the bag in the face. That motion would create muscle memory to throw your legs and "impede" a person rolling off your block. But, it wasn't a trip. Nope. A good EHC kid would never trip a defender.

Five star get after it 100 percent Juice Key-Playing. MAN

I remember those drills

Today is Wyatts birthday as well.


We can send him Taco Bell without the NCAA freaking out now, right?

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