With Jarrod Hewitt moving on, Virginia Tech’s defense went searching for an answer in the middle of the line and found one in Clemson transfer Jordan Williams.
“Obviously he’s been a part of really good teams, but also you worry about what this is really going to look like. Will he want to do it his own way? There hasn’t been an ounce of that,” Head Coach Justin Fuente said. “He’s just jumped right in and fit in with the players. Obviously, on the field is just part of it. He’s a pleasure to be around, and certainly he carries some weight because he’s been a part of good teams. He wants to do a good job of contributing to this one.”
Williams, a native Virginian, brings championship experience to the Hokie defense having won three ACC titles and a National Championship during his time with the Tigers. With the Hokies in need of help rebuilding the winning culture, Williams could be the perfect addition to the defensive front.
“After being there for four years, that’s become part of who I am; all I know is work and leadership and communication,” Williams said. “It’s not just something...
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