January 29, 2008
    Four former Hokies selected in AAFL draft
    The Notebook
    The All-American Football League, a brand-new organization made up of six teams (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Michigan, Tennessee and Texas) that will begin play in April, recently held its first-ever draft, and four former Virginia Tech Hokies were selected.

    Quarterback Bryan Randall was chosen second overall by Tennessee, where he will be joined by defensive tackle Tim Sandidge, who was taken in the second round. Defensive end Derrius Monroe was picked in the fourth round, also by Tennessee, and tight end Keith Willis was selected in the 45th round by Alabama.

    The AAFL is unique in that it will employ only those players who have both completed their college football eligibility and earned a four-year degree. Visit the league’s web site, www.allamericanfootballleague.com, for more information.

    Full draft results are available here in PDF form.

    For updates on Virginia Tech football, follow the Hokies on Twitter (@VT_Football).

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