With five-star recruit Kendall Fuller announcing his intentions to join the Virginia Tech football team in 2013, Hokie fans can be excited about yet another great addition to DBU (defensive back university).
Fuller's announcement got me thinking about what he would have to accomplish in his career in Blacksburg to separate himself from the standouts who have preceded him. The Hokies have had a defensive back taken in the NFL Draft each of the last 10 seasons, which is quite impressive.
In order to go down as the best defensive back in Hokie history, Fuller would have to have quite a solid four years. Here is a list of the five best defensive backs Virginia Tech has had since Bud Foster took over the defensive coordinating responsibilities in 1995, and subsequently the list of people Fuller should be aiming to emulate.