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In roughly three weeks from now, from April 29 to May 1, the NFL Draft will be underway in Cleveland, Ohio. Virginia Tech has a long history of producing NFL talent with legends like Michael Vick, Antonio Freeman, DeAngelo Hall and the NFL all-time sack leader Bruce Smith. The Hokies’ most r…

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Despite COVID-19 disrupting sports, 2020 was still full of highlights from former Hokies who now play at the professional level. The most notable Virginia Tech alumni accomplishments this year include:

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Just two weeks removed from the NCAA’s decision to cancel all major conference tournaments as well as the NCAA Tournament after the spread of COVID-19, we’re in the middle of an unprecedented situation that’s seen all major sports suspend their seasons or just shut down operations entirely. …

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With its 70-53 loss on the road against No. 5 Louisville on Sunday, Virginia Tech’s regular season has officially come to a close, and despite the 17-point loss, it’s hard not to think of this season as a massive success for the women’s basketball program.

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It wasn’t pretty. It hardly ever is against a team like Georgia Tech (16-9, 7-7 ACC), whose scoring defense is the best in the ACC and third best in the country, but Virginia Tech (18-6, 8-5 ACC) managed to step up when it mattered and added arguably one of its biggest wins of the season to …

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Two weeks ago, Virginia Tech wide receiver Damon Hazelton announced he would be entering the NCAA transfer portal. Hazelton has been Virginia Tech’s leading receiver over the past two seasons and an All-ACC selection. Three days ago, the 6-foot-4-inch, jump ball wide receiver that many Hokie…

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There were a lot of exciting ACC matchups this week, with every team besides Duke having a chance at a conference rival. The results included a shakeup in the middle of the rankings, but the top and bottom of the conference held steady.

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Next-Level Hokies follows former Virginia Tech football players as they perform in the NFL. The Edmunds brothers have excelled in their second season in the league, while Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller continues to be a dominant defensive back. Kicker Joey Slye earned his starting spot with…

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With college basketball officially starting off next week, we’ll take a look at how all the teams in the ACC stack up going into the season. The conference is as talented as it has ever been in recent years, and every team should have realistic expectations of fighting for a spot in the NCAA…

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It was a quiet week for the Next-Level Hokies as bye weeks and injuries played a part in a minimal showing from former Hokie players in the NFL. Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and cornerback Kyle Fuller were both on bye weeks, while Kendall Fuller exited with an injury this week.

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Redshirt sophomore Hendon Hooker made his first career start Saturday against the Miami Hurricanes. Coming into an important game against an ACC opponent having only thrown two passes thus far in his career must have put some pressure on the new quarterback.

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The NFL season is a quarter of the way completed, and this year’s group of next-level Hokies has been making its mark thus far. Several players this week such as Joey Slye and Kendall Fuller provided key contributions in close victories. A strong showing from Tremaine Edmunds and a career-lo…

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Frank Beamer and a band of former players came out onto Worsham Field at halftime of the Duke game on Friday night. A beautiful tribute to the legendary 1999 Virginia Tech football team was played on the jumbotron to resounding applause. It was one of the highlights of the night for the Hokies.