Updated: September 9, 2015
2014-15: Played in four games … Logged 23 plays at quarterback … Saw the first action of his collegiate career at Duke and was in on six plays at quarterback, running the ball three times for 36 yards … Threw a 17-yard pass on his only attempt, and ran the ball twice for 9 yards at Wake Forest … Ran the ball eight times for 28 yards against Virginia before leaving the game with a foot injury … Was in for two plays against Cincinnati in the Military Bowl … Carried the ball once … Posted a 32-inch vertical jump in spring max testing.
2013-14: Dressed for all 13 games as a back-up quarterback, but didn’t see any game action … Moved to the top of the depth chart midway through spring practice.
2012-13: Worked at quarterback while taking a redshirt year … Recorded a 265-pound bench press, a 320-pound front squat and a 225-pound push jerk in fall scout team testing … Suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee during the early stages of spring practice … Did not participate in any scrimmages or the spring game.
High School: A member of the PrepStar All-Atlantic Region squad for Coach Tim Cromer at Christiansburg High … A first-team Group AA all-state selection at defensive back by VirginiaPreps and a first-team utility selection by the Virginia High School Coaches Association … A first-team All-Timesland selection by The Roanoke Times as a senior as a utility player … Passed for 951 yards and 12 touchdowns his final year … Ran for 646 yards and 13 scores with four alone coming in the Region IV Division 4 final … Blocked a punt in state semifinal win at Broadway … Had 17 tackles and forced a fumble in state final vs. Briar Woods … Completed 50 of 93 passes for 982 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior … Rushed for eight touchdowns as well his junior season … Led Christiansburg to the Group AA Division 4 championship game appearance as a senior … Also led the Blue Demons to the state semifinals as a junior … Rated the No. 16 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Ranked as the No. 16 player in the state of Virginia by SuperPrep … Ranked as the No. 50 “athlete” in the country and the No. 22 player in his state by 247Sports … Listed as the No. 20 prospect in Virginia by Rivals … Listed as the No. 80 quarterback in the country by Scout … Ranked as the No. 105 “athlete” in the country, the No. 141 player in his region and the No. 26 player in the state by ESPN Recruiting Nation.
Personal: Brenden Curtis Motley … Born June 17, 1994 in Radford, Va. … Son of Andre and Brenda Motley … Has an older sister, Daniella, who played basketball at Wofford … The nephew of former Tech wide receiver Donald Wayne Snell … Majoring in property management.