David Watford

Virginia Cavaliers #5 - Quarterback

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 210
  • Seasons: JR

THE BIG PREVIEW: Virginia Cavaliers takes on No. 11 Miami Hurricanes


After a respectable loss to Clemson, the Virginia Cavaliers has struggled on all sides of the ball, with the defense unable to overcome the offense’s point droughts and turnovers, and special teams...

THE BIG PREVIEW: Virginia vs Boston College


The Hoos have a chance to earn their spot to go bowling but have to deal with AJ Dillon first.

UVA alumni Darius Jennings and Tim Smith tweet frustration over past offensive inconsistencies

The two wished that they could’ve shared in a performance like Saturday’s when they played for the Hoos.

2017 Virginia Cavaliers Depth Chart Previews: Quarterback


Alright, Kurt -- this is your show now.

UVa Transfers: Have ex-Hoos prospered elsewhere?


An update on UVa football transfers over the past few seasons and where they find themselves today.

Virginia Football Previews: The WRs


Despite losing two key seniors, expectations are high for Virginia's wideouts heading into the 2015 season.

Virginia Football Previews: The QBs


The Hoos are down to 1 QB this year, after the departure of Greyson Lambert. Matt Johns is the only QB on the roster with any playing experience, and he'll be the unquestioned starter all season...

Bowl or bust for Virginia

Virginia improved drastically last year but couldn't close out games and collapsed late. Will another solid Hoos squad have better staying power?

Quarterback Controversy: Sounds like an echo

The Virginia football team is once again searching for consistency at the quarterback position.

The 2015 Texas Transfer QB Lottery: The Candidates


Texas needs an experienced QB to start or push the current depth chart. Who are the best candidates?

3 Keys to Victory: Miami Vs Virginia


Contrary to popular belief, the season did not end last weekend Vs FSU

Game Preview: Virginia Cavaliers


Saturday night the Canes take on the Virginia Cavaliers in Charlottesville. With Virginia sitting 4-6 overall, Miami stands between the Hoos and reaching bowl eligibility.