Three Virginia Tech football players earned Player of the Week honors for their performances against West Virginia Sunday night. QB Josh Jackson, WR Cam Phillips, and LB Andrew Motuapuaka all received honors.
ACC Rookie of the Week: QB Josh Jackson
Jackson completed 15-26 passes for 235 yards with 1 TD and no interceptions, and he led the Hokies in rushing with 11 carries for 101 yards and a touchdown. Per ESPN, Jackson is the first Virginia Tech quarterback to throw for 200 yards and rush for 100 since 2013 (Logan Thomas).
ACC Receiver of the Week: WR Cam Phillips
Phillips caught nearly half of Jackson’s 15 completions, registering seven receptions for a career-high 138 yards. He was targeted by Jackson on the first six passing attempts of the game for Virginia Tech. Phillips is now in sole possession of third place for career catches at Virginia Tech (graphic from @OX_VT on Twitter).
ACC Linebacker of the Week: LB Andrew Motuapuaka
Motuapuaka led the Hokies with 12 tackles, and he registered a sack and two QB hurries.