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Virginia Cavaliers 2013 Review

Discussion in 'Game Summaries' started by JrRawlins, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. JrRawlins

    JrRawlins People hate me cause they aint me...

    Feb 10, 2009
    Virginia Cavaliers 2013 Review


    #3 Virginia 12-1 SEC Champions

    Virginia finished the season winning 8 straight games, on their way to a SEC Title. The Wahoos were led by Senior Rob Metheny who threw for 45 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Redshirt Freshman Jason Duckett finished just shy of 1000 yards his freshman campaign, but he will return as a sophomore poised to carry the load along with Redshirt Senior Adam Grant whose powerful running style is a great compliment to Duckett’s bruising style. At wide receiver, the Wahoos had two of the best in the nation in Corey Nicholson and Virginia’s all time leader in yards, receptions and receiving touchdowns #82 Ken Hamby. Corey Nicholson won the Receiver of the year Award and Hamby broke just about every receiving record imaginable at UVA. Tight Ends Jacob Hester and Chris Thomas were solid all season and should only improve as they move forward in their young careers... The Wahoos offensive line featuring 4 juniors and one sophomore returns next season completely intact and should be solid. Defensively, The Wahoos featured three stellar seniors one at each level of the stout defense. On the defensive line Senior DT Will Hill was borderline dominant as he racked up 10 sacks. DE’s Tim Curry and Drew Hartman each had 7 and 5 sacks respectively and will return to Charlottesville next season. At linebacker, the Wahoos were loaded. Senior Lawrence Morris led the way in the middle accumulating way over 100 tackles he was the heart and soul of the Wahoos defense. On the outside, Danny Woods was injured most fo the season but Terreance James and Jermaine Brown were solid… and both return next season… though James could move inside to make way for the return of Woods and try to replace Morris… Spring Practices will play a huge role in that… in the Secondary, Senior LaRoy Reynolds was very strong at free safety with 5 interceptions and 80+ tackles.. Strong Safety David Washington should be a freshman All-American this season as he amassed well over 80 tackles along with 5 interceptions… CB Rob Mackey was spectacular this season as the #1 corner in Virginia, he led the nation in pass deflections while somehow only amassing two interceptions, he returns for his senior season and should again be a lockdown corner. True Freshman Chris Brown was solid in his initial campaign, he will spend most of the offseason working on his footwork and reads….

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