Offense has plenty of work to do

All eyes were on the offense this spring.  They certainly didn’t put up eye-popping numbers, but I don’t think anyone could have realistically expected them to.

After viewing the scrimmages and the Spring Game, I think the Hokies are better offensively right now than they were a year ago.  Of course, that’s not saying much.  There is still a lack of proven playmakers at the skill positions, and the offensive line is in rebuild mode.  Mix those issues in with questions at tight end and tailback, along with an inconsistent quarterback, and you’ve got an offense that just isn’t that good.

OL shaking out

Jeff Grimes

Jeff Grimes spent the first half of the spring trying a lot of different players in a lot of different positions.  He still hasn’t settled in on his starting five, but he’s getting very close.  At the end of the spring, the starting five looked like this…