The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Devyn Ford, the Spring Game and More

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Devyn Ford could be the elite running back that the Hokies need. (Photo via @TsunamiFord on Twitter)

1) If we end up not getting Devyn Ford, how much of a setback is that for us in recruiting in general (i.e., VT’s status with other big-time recruits), as well as to near-future offensive potential? You’ve had Ford as a VT lean, but what do you think now after his Ohio State remarks? – DW Hokie

Chris Coleman: In Justin Fuente’s first full recruiting class, the Tech staff spent more time and effort recruiting Devon Hunter than anybody else.  They got him. In Fuente’s second full recruiting class, they spent more time and effort recruiting Dax Hollifield than anybody else, and they got him too.

Devyn Ford is the top player on the board for 2019, and that’s based on both talent and need.  However, when the dust settles, the Hokies will not have