2. Trey Gresh (@tgresh12)
While technically Gresh is part of the special teams gang (he holds on field goals), he deserves his own recognition. This man drops gems on the tweet machine.
From in depth discussions on facial hair (Men have #beards), who the best super hero is, adventures at Waffle House to thoughts on nutrition (“as far as I’m concerned, gravy is one of the main food groups”), Gresh brings his A-game every day.
3. The Special Teams
Oh yeah, the special teams. I think it has something to do with these guys spending just a little too much time at practice with no other contact. The dialogue between long snapper Joe St. Germain and A.J. Hughes is classic. Ginger jokes? Yes please, you can never really get enough (you know…unless you’re the ginger).
Brooks Abbot and Cody Journell get into the mix too, along with a few other guys. But really, you can’t turn away from the #LongSnapperSwag.
St. Germain is the gem of the group, really owning up to his gingerness and also humble bragging about, “a snapper dropping dimes”. If you follow all of these guys, you’re probably in for both laughs and uncomfortable moments throughout the week.
4. Jack Tyler (@JackInTheBox58)
A solid handle (that’s pretty clever), Tyler does a pretty solid job of keeping his followers entertained with his thoughts. He shares his thoughts on yoga pants, the Hokie defense (#nastyD), and underwear. Actually, his thoughts on the wearings (and not wearings) of underwear are pretty funny.
5. Antone Exum, Bruce Taylor and George George
This is really just going to be the honorable mention spot for me. Tied here are Exum, Taylor and George for simply having awesome Twitter handles.
Bruce Taylor goes by the name of @I_GotTheJuice51. That’s awesome. I don’t really know what juice he’s referring to ... but I mean everyone likes juice.
George goes by @GeorgeSquared. His name is George George, I can dig the cleverness.
Exum has arguably the best handle of all time, @IAmSwag1. Not I have swag, but I AM swag. I wish I had swag.