Terius Wheatley Commits to Virginia Tech

Terius Wheatley
Terius Wheatley on his Virginia Tech visit, pictured with VT running backs coach Zohn Burden

3-star athlete Terius Wheatley, the son of former Michigan (and NFL) running back and current Michigan assistant coach Tyrone Wheatley, committed to Virginia Tech while on his official visit today.


Wheatley received his Virginia Tech offer a few days ago. He played this season for Fork Union Military Academy, and he played his senior year in high school at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Wheatley is listed at 5-11, 200 pounds on FUMA’s roster, and he could play any number of positions for the Hokies. Below are his Hudl highlights from the 2016 season at Fork Union.


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    1. Have to ask him but maybe he wanted to get away from home a little. Not everyone wants to go to college in their home town. Maybe he likes VT.

    1. looks elusive and deceptional; doesn’t go down on first or second contact.
      i like what we see in this video sample.

      what other positions (in addition to WR for sweeps) did he play?

      Go Hokies!

  1. VT coaching staff must see something other schools, including Mich (& his Dad) don’t see?

  2. Welcome to the Hokie community young man! Another piece to the future championship puzzle Fuente is putting together!

    Go Hokies!

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