Practice Report: Wide Receivers Make Physical Strides

Eric Kumah
Eric Kumah looks the part this year. (Photo by Jon Fleming)

On Monday, we ran an article about Damon Hazelton and his expected impact on the Virginia Tech offense this season.  Today we’re going to talk about wide receiver production and what Tech’s wide receivers looked like at practice on Monday.  Not how they played…but what they looked like.

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We all know that wide receiver depth has been a huge issue for Virginia Tech over the past few seasons.  It goes back to the end of the Frank Beamer era, and it has extended to the first two years of Justin Fuetne’s tenure.  Here’s a look back at wide receiver production in terms of receptions over the last two seasons, and yes we are going to include Bucky Hodges in this analysis.  First, the 2016 season…