Grading Virginia Tech's Post Spring Depth Chart

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Grading Virginia Tech's Post Spring Depth Chart
Alex Koma

The Virginia Tech football team hardly had the most productive showing in its annual spring game, but the overall result of the Hokies’ work this spring did answer a lot of questions about the team's depth chart.

The starting quarterback job remains a mystery—a disconcerting fact given the position’s importance—but the rest of Tech’s depth chart is starting to take shape.

Even though the offense lacks a leader, the spring sessions made it clear that the skill positions have real depth to go along with some veteran leadership, which should be huge for whichever player wins the starting quarterback spot.

Similarly, on defense, the spring proved that some positions may be a little thin, but the team has plenty of star power in its starters.

Read on for a full evaluation of each of Tech’s position groups now that spring practice has concluded.

Unless otherwise noted, all quotes come from the team's media availabilities after their second and third spring scrimmages.

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