Jerod Evans Reportedly Signs With Philadelphia Eagles After 2017 NFL Draft

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Since the 2017 NFL Draft ended, Hokie fans have wondered what would become of Jerod Evans, who went undrafted. Well, now we know. 

Evans was projected to go in the later rounds, who would become a developmental quarterback. Evans left Virginia Tech after just one season, where he completed 63.5 percent of his passes and threw 29 touchdowns and just eight interceptions. Evans also carried the ball 204 times for 846 yards and seven touchdowns.

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  1. Jerod, put that singleness of purpose to work and show what the rest of the NFL teams missed !

  2. Congrats Jerod. Time to step it up a notch and show the rest what they missed out on!

  3. The Redskins should have signed him. Of Course I said the same thing about every Hokie QB.
    I hope he makes everyone a believer.

  4. Great to hear that Evans has signed with the Eagles. He was and is a great Hokie- hoping that he progresses in technique with more coaching in the pros. He is one tough dude. I am counting on him to do that.

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