Vicktory Life Legacy Spotlight: Jarrett Ferguson

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Jarrett Ferguson, Vicktory Life
Today the Vicktory Life Legacy Spotlight continues, as Dwight Vick interviews former Virginia Tech fullback Jarrett Ferguson. (Virginia Tech Athletics)

Recently, former Virginia Tech offensive lineman Dwight Vick has been interviewing other past Virginia Tech players as a way to help bring awareness to his Vicktory Life mentoring service. The resulting conversations and discussions are enlightening for Hokie fans.  Dwight has been gracious enough to allow us to share those interviews on TSL.

Vicktory Life provides therapeutic mentoring and outpatient counseling to youth and their families with a goal to empower middle and high school students to develop the necessary life skills needed to achieve their academic and career goals. Services provided by Vicktory Life include mentoring, internships, and parent coaching. To learn more about Vicktory Life, read below.

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We’ll post each of Vick’s video interviews with past Tech players, and today we bring you a great feature with former Virginia Tech fullback Jarrett Ferguson, a key player for the Hokies from 1998 through 2001.


More About Vicktory Life

Vicktory Life was founded in 2018 by former All-Big East offensive lineman Dwight Vick, who graduated from Virginia Tech in May of 1999 with a B.S. in Sociology and a B.S. in Family and Child Development. Vick later received two Masters Degrees from Liberty in Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as Human Services.

Vick also branches out into Victory Life Youth Sports (VLYS). VLYS works with student-athletes to develop goals, explore academic options, and provide supportive feedback to students while communicating expectations in order for them to be successful. In addition, VLYS offers student athletes and their families academic support and guidance regarding NCAA rules and regulations. VLYS also identifies opportunities for student athletes to engage in community service projects.

To learn more about Vicktory Life, click here.

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  1. Tony was a little before my time but we can agree VT has turned out some great fullbacks over the years. Phil Bryant, who was an amazing accomplished high school wrestler to boot, comes to mind. Doug Easlick. Sam Rogers, of course, as well. I’m sure there are more I am forgetting.

  2. Loved watching Jarrett bowl guys over. I would not have wanted to try and tackle him! Truck and Trailer, Ferguson and Stith!

  3. Jarrett Ferguson was the best FB to come through VT, in my opinion. He could block, was a great runner and seemed like a great teammate. Used to love watching him on the dive play and he threw some nasty blocks.

    Glad to hear he is doing well! Dwight does very nice interviews.

  4. Hey didn’t Jarrett push aside Cullen Hawkins when when he came into the line up? Cullen was a mogul skier and had good lower body and leg strength for blocking; Jarrett had the upper body on top of that to just blast for lead blocks and was the better alternative ball carrier. He might have been a fullback but he did make some nice runs.

    Good memories.

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