With two transfers and a pair of freshmen added to the mix, Virginia football coach Bronco Mendenhall went into last season feeling better about the depth on the defensive line than at any point since he landed in Charlottesville in 2016.
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On Tuesday, 6-foot-4, 205-pound rising senior Sam Brady verbally committed to the Cavaliers. He played wide receiver and safety at North Lincoln High School in Lincointon, North Carolina, but he’ll join the Wahoos as an outside linebacker.
Since landing in Charlottesville with Bronco Mendenhall in 2016, director of player personnel Justin Anderson’s mission has been finding players that fit the physical traits NFL scouts are looking for and getting them on Grounds.
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Many names are on the list of former University of Virginia football coaches, but one stands above all others.
Tim Harris became the second Virginia player selected in the 2019 NFL Draft on Saturday when the San Francisco 49ers selected him with the 25th pick of the sixth round (198th overall).
CHARLOTTESVILLE – For Tavares Kelly, playing wide receiver as a freshman last season for the Virginia football team was all about learning from mistakes.
CHARLOTTESVILLE – Wayne Taulapapa has always possessed great vision on the football field, the ability to spot holes in the line and burst through them.
Quarterback Bryce Perkins returned from offseason surgery and showed very little rust during 7-on-7 or team drills. The 6-foot-3 rising senior quarterback is coming off a stellar season that saw him throw for 2,680 yards and 25 touchdowns and rush for 923 yards and nine more scores.
When he entered his name into the NCAA’s transfer portal this winter, former Virginia offensive lineman R.J. Proctor promised himself he would not make the same mistake he did in high school.