True Freshman Report: Young Offensive Players Make Progress

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Bryan Hudson, Virginia Tech
Bryan Hudson had a good year at center for Virginia Tech considering his age and experience. (Jon Fleming)

With the 2019 football season in the rear view mirror, it’s time to take a look back at Virginia Tech’s true freshmen, what they accomplished during the season, and talk about what the future could hold for each of them.  Today we’ll cover the offensive side of the ball, and later we’ll move over to the defense.

Eight true freshmen played on offense for the Hokies this season, though three of those still qualify for a redshirt. 

Virginia Tech’s Non-Redshirts

OL Bryan Hudson, 27 Special Teams Snaps, 696 Offensive Snaps, 723 Total Snaps

Considering he had never played center until the month of August, Bryan Hudson did an admirable job for the Hokies this past season.  He ranked No. 16 nationally in the number of offensive snaps played by a true freshman offensive lineman. 

By now all TSL readers have a good understanding of Hudson’s background and the impressive job he did this year considering the circumstances.  The bigger question is about his future.  Brock Hoffman will

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