Power Ranking Virginia Tech's Positional Units for 2014

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Power Ranking Virginia Tech's Positional Units for 2014
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The Virginia Tech Hokies have the potential to be contenders for the ACC title in 2014 if a few position groups can just come together faster than expected, but the divide between the top positional units and the ones that need work couldn’t be clearer.

Even though Tech is losing two exceptional cornerbacks in Antone Exum and Kyle Fuller, the secondary remains one of the top groups in the country and should carry the defense.

But that group will have to make up for a linebacking corps that’s breaking in a pair of new starters and features one player who hasn't set foot on a football field in a year.

On offense, the skill positions are loaded with a combination of depth and experience, something that couldn’t be said a season ago. However, the team’s quarterback situation will likely remain unsettled right up until the season opener against William & Mary. 

Essentially, the Hokies are a team of extremes: The roster is loaded with both great talent and great uncertainty.

Read on to find out how the different positional units stack up, starting with the ones that need improvement and ending with the team’s biggest strengths.

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