The Senior Bowl practices kicked off today in Mobile, Al. The lone Virginia Tech Hokie in this game is guard, Wyatt Teller. Teller began his career in Blacksburg oddly enough on the other side of the ball. In 2013, Teller was a highly rated recruit at defensive end. Teller ended up redshirting in 2013, and transitioned to the offensive line that spring. Teller really grew in his new role at guard, and now finds himself looking at an N.F.L. career. By all accounts, Teller is off to a strong start.
Virginia Tech guard Wyatt Teller showing off his power. His 85.4 run block grade ranked 9th in the FBS in 2017! pic.twitter.com/Xnqj3xng8h— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) January 23, 2018
Teller has two more days of practice remaining, as well as countless interviews with potential pro clubs. The Senior Bowl is equal parts physical and mental, and players can truly move their draft stock up or down based on how they handle the stress. I equate it to a six day interview, and Teller could have a big week on the gulf coast.