Updated: May 22, 2015
2014-15: Played in all 13 games … Logged 94 special teams plays … Was in on seven special teams plays in the opener against William & Mary … Saw action on special teams in the win at Ohio State and against East Carolina … Was in on special teams against Georgia Tech and Western Michigan … Saw action on 12 special teams plays at North Carolina … Was in on special teams at Pitt … Saw action on special teams against Miami and Boston College … Was in for one play on offense and five special teams plays at Duke … Saw action on special teams at Wake Forest … Was in on five special teams plays against Virginia and four against Cincinnati in the bowl game … Earned Iron Hokie honors in spring max testing … Posted personal bests in the bench press (310), squat (400) and clean (275).
2013-14: Played in 11 games, making three starts … Was in on 139 plays, 86 at receiver and 53 on special teams … Was slowed by a pulled hamstring in the preseason, which cost him time early on … Was in on seven plays at receiver against Western Carolina … Caught a 5-yard pass at Georgia Tech … Saw action at receiver in the wins over North Carolina and Pittsburgh … Was in on offense and special teams against Duke … Made his first career start at receiver, logging 15 snaps on offense at Boston College … Was in on 11 offensive snaps and 11 special teams plays at Miami … Made the start at receiver and was also in on special teams against Maryland … Saw action at receiver and on special teams at Virginia …Was in on both offense and special teams in the Sun Bowl … Earned Iron Hokie honors in summer max testing.
2012-13: Worked at wide receiver while taking a redshirt year … Coaches came close to playing him after a good preseason, but ended up letting him sit out the year to develop … Recorded a 280-pound bench press, a 350-pound front squat, a 300-pound clean and a 255-pound push jerk in team testing … Caught a 23-yard pass during the spring game … Earned a Frank O. Moseley Award as one of the offensive players that showed the most hustle during the off-season and spring workouts.
High School: Lettered three times for Coach Greg Lilly at Benedictine … A first-team All-VISAA all-state selection as a wide receiver as a senior … Was second-team All-Metro … Had 784 yards and seven touchdowns receiving … Also had 45 yards rushing and three scores … Named second-team all-state as a junior … Also played lacrosse for two years.
Personal: Charles Murphy Meyer … Born 9/21/93 in Richmond, VA … Son of Charles Meyer and Eileen Murphy-Meyer … Has a younger sister … Majoring in public relations.