Inside The Numbers: Virginia Tech Wide Receiver Blocking

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Virginia Tech, Tayvion Robinson
This Tayvion Robinson pancake paved the way for a long Connor Blumrick run. (Ivan Morozov)

This week’s Inside The Numbers will focus on the blocking of Virginia Tech’s wide receivers, and we’ll also look at the wide receiver production of the teams who generally would be viewed as the programs who produce the most skill position athletes in the league.

Time To Give the Virginia Tech Wide Receivers Some Credit

I’ve talked about wide receiver development in the passing game before, but today I want to flip the script and talk about how dominant Tech’s wideouts – particularly Kaleb Smith and Tayvion Robinson – have been in the running game.

Here are the top four run blocking grades of all the wide receivers in the entire country (minimum 80 run blocking snaps)…

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