Carlis Parker

Virginia Tech Hokies #16 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 188
  • Seasons: SO

The Hokies QB Conundrum: A Recent History


A look at the history of the position at Virginia Tech for the past several years, and some lessons that I’ve gleaned along the way. Part one of two of my look at quarterbacks for this spring.

Virginia Tech Injury Update Against Pittsburgh


Luther Maddy and Marshawn Williams are not likely to play against Pittsburgh.

Virginia Tech can win 10 games. If ...

With a Bud Foster defense and a schedule that features only one team projected better than 30th, Virginia Tech could once again win 10+ games in 2014 ... if its offense can at least be mediocre....

A Ton Of Work Left To Do For The Hokies


Position battles were fought, and most were not resolved after the Spring Game and will be carried out through the fall. So what did we learn about this Virginia Tech Football team?

Defense Dominates Third Scrimmage


Tech's dominating defense shut down the offense's hopes of improvement before the Spring Game.

Tech Doing The Spring Shuffle


Depth charts fluctuate daily as the Hokies ready themselves for the first open scrimmage of spring.

Hope Springs Eternal, VT Spring Practice Begins


Join us in the comments to let us know what's on YOUR Spring wishlist.

Hokies To Undergo Massive Offensive Transformation


Offense: Part 1 of the Depth Chart Manifesto

Vote for the position battles next year


Because it's America, dammit.

The Good And The Bad Against Western Carolina


Well ladies and gents, I'm ashamed to admit that I was just able to watch back the Western Carolina tape in its entirety. Here are some thoughts and analysis from the game. Enjoy.

Analyzing The Hokies Second Public Fall Scrimmage


The second public football scrimmage of fall camp in Blacksburg showed the defense, as usual, dominating the first, second and third team offenses in all phases of the game. However, it was not all...

Who Will Be The Next Quarterback?


When Logan Thomas leaves Blacksburg, who is going to replace him? Trevor S. Greene looks into the possible contenders and makes a case for each.