Terrell and Tremaine Edmunds made their way to Blacksburg for last Saturday’s Spring Game. Obviously the two brothers are in different circumstances, as Terrell, a graduating senior at Dan River High School (Ringgold, VA), is preparing for his freshman year at Tech, while Tremaine, a junior, is in the process of figuring out where he will spend his college career.
The elder Edmunds has been focused on footwork and building strength this offseason. He expects to be slotted as a cornerback when he initially suits up for the Hokies, but given his current 6’1”, 194-pound frame it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him get a look at safety.
“I’m really pleased with my weight,” Terrell said. “I talked to Coach Gray and he was surprised. He said, ‘Man, you are really filling out.’”
As was the case with his older brother, Trey, Terrell has no preference in terms of which position he plays. At this point he just looks forward to playing under defensive backs coach Torrian Gray.
“He’s a great guy,” Terrell said of Gray. “He really pushes you to be your best.”
Terrell, who signed a letter of intent with the Hokies this past February, is all set to enroll at Tech in July after receiving his acceptance letter several weeks ago.
“That was just a great feeling,” Terrell said, recalling his reaction to getting the official acceptance letter in the mail. “It’s always school first. Being able to play ball and get a great education...
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