Former four-star safety Devon Hunter reached a plea agreement on Tuesday from charges that led to his arrest last September, just before the Virginia Tech Hokies were set to begin their 2020 college football season. Here is Hunter’s statement in full, which he released on Twitter: With a sincere and humble heart, I submit this statement. First, I apologize to my mother, sister, brother, family, extended family, and friends.
Jarrod Hewitt came to the Virginia Tech Hokies back in 2016 as a three-star defensive tackle out of Venice, Florida. After redshirting in 2016, Hewitt became a part of the rotation in 2017, appearing in 10 games. In 2017, Hewitt became a starter at defensive tackle and never looked back.
ROANOKE, Va. With the 217th pick in the NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears drafted Virginia Tech running back Khalil Herbert. In his lone season in Blacksburg after transferring from Kansas, Herbert rushed for 1,204 yards and 8 touchdowns.