Virginia Tech’s Isaiah Ford Drafted by Miami Dolphins in Seventh Round

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Isaiah Ford

It’s safe to say that when former Virginia Tech wide receiver Isaiah Ford declared for the 2017 NFL Draft as a junior, he had hoped to be drafted higher. However, it turned out to be two and a half days of waiting before hearing his name.

The Miami Dolphins ended Ford’s misery, by drafting him in the seventh round with the 237th overall pick. Ford set numerous receiving records in his three-year career at Virginia Tech, catching 210 passes for 2,967 yards and  24 touchdowns.

Ford was the fourth Virginia Tech player to be drafted. Chuck Clark, Bucky Hodges and Sam Rogers were all selected in the sixth round by the Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota Vikings and Los Angeles Rams, respectively.

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  1. Love all these Hokies! But I believe Chuck Clarke will stay the longest in the league and do the best!
    Go Hokies!

  2. Fins got a steal if they give him a real chance. He may not have the combine numbers but he can play and I think he can produce at any level.

  3. I wonder what coach will be able to do when he gets some serious talent which he seems to be in the process of doing. This is not a slam on any of the departing players. I thank each and every one of them for their contributions however great or small.

  4. most of these draftees will have day jobs in 2 seasons. Good reason to get your degree. Work hard Hokies, scratch and claw and fight to be relevant in the league.

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