Friday Q&A: August 1, 2014

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1: Who do you see emerging from the WR corps to be “the man” this season?

Chris Coleman: Virginia Tech currently has 15 wide receivers on the roster. 11 of them are scholarship players, and one of them is a former scholarship player (Kevin Asante; I’m assuming he’s currently not on scholarship). That’s a ton of competition, and somewhere down the line we can expect to see some attrition, because there simply won’t be enough game reps to go around, particularly with Bucky Hodges‘ ability to line up out wide as well.

I think Joshua Stanford (6-1, 196, r-So.) will be Virginia Tech’s best receiver this season. If any receiver on this team can qualify for “the man” status, it’s him. He has the best combination of athleticism and natural receiving ability of anyone on the team. Guys like Deon Newsome are better athletes,

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