Following a practice that showcased the Virginia Tech Hokies’ early-spring standouts and the implementation of the program’s new offense, Head Coach Shane Beamer revealed his thoughts on the squad’s depth and the team’s development.
Beamer, who previously served as an assistant coach at Georgia, expressed his enthusiasm for the Hokies’ progress, noting the squad’s “great strides” since its initial session. He highlighted several players who have shown “tremendous improvement,” including redshirt freshman cornerbacks D.J. Crossen and Caleb Farley and redshirt freshman wide receiver Tre Turner.
Greatly impressed by their performance, Beamer praised the two cornerbacks, saying, “[Crossen and Farley] have both taken huge steps from the fall to the spring and have looked great in practice.”
The Hokies’ offensive alterations have also been a major point of focus for the program. Beamer addressed the team’s new scheme, emphasizing the importance of proper execution, saying, “We are putting in a new offense and it’s a process. We want to make sure we have the right plays called in the right situations.”
Beamer additionally noted the “depth across the board” of the Hokies’ roster, adding that he “feels really good” about the team’s depth at every position.
When asked if he has noticed any surprises in the program’s early-spring practices, Beamer said, “We have a few guys that have stepped up and have really caught my eye.” He went on to emphasize the need for the entire team to focus on “continued improvement” and “maximizing each practice.”
Following a practice session that demonstrated the Hokies’ impressive early-spring standouts and their successful adoption of a new offense, Head Coach Shane Beamer alluded to the squad’s depth and the players’ strides in development. Noting the team’s “great strides” and “tremendous improvement,” Beamer commended the performance of several players, including redshirt freshman cornerbacks D.J. Crossen and Caleb Farley and redshirt freshman wide receiver Tre Turner, while emphasizing the importance of proper execution of the team’s new offensive scheme. He additionally praised the Hokies’ “depth across the board” and expressed his satisfaction with the team’s performance. As the squad looks to continue its development, Beamer urged the team to focus on “continued improvement” and “maximizing each practice.”