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News on Virginia Tech secondary, present and past

Let's get straight to the morning links to start your Tuesday.

We've got some news about Virginia Tech's secondary, about players from the past and present. First, Kyle Tucker of the Norfolk Virginian Pilot has a revealing Q&A with Torrian Gray, the Hokies' defensive backs coach, who has some pointed thoughts on the cornerback Cris Hill. Gray notes that Hill has seemed reluctant to open up to him and to delve into film study.

Secondly, in keeping with the defensive backs theme for the day, here's a little pre-draft update on Kam Chancellor. The former Hokies free safety was in Detroit last week to visit the Lions in anticipation for the NFL draft later this month. (Other Virginia Tech players, including Jason Worilds, who told me he had visited with three teams, are in the midst of a similar process.)

And finally some more on the surprising Virginia Tech baseball team, which is starting to receive notice nationally. Kendall Rogers of Yahoo Sports draws a comparison that would normally anger Hokies fans, but when it comes to this case, it should be taken as a compliment. Rogers likens Virginia Tech's baseball rise to that of hated rival Virginia. The teams have a three-game series this weekend.

By Mark Viera  |  April 13, 2010; 8:30 AM ET
 
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