Greg Stroman

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  • Greg
  • Stroman

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  • Height
    6' 0
  • Weight
    181 lbs.
  • High School/Other
    Stonewall Jackson
  • Hometown
    Bristow, Va.
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Updated: March 8, 2018

2017 All-ACC Honorable Mention (PR)
2017 First-Team All-ACC (CB)
2016 Second Team All-ACC (Coaches)
2016 Third Team All-ACC (ACSMA)

2017-18: ACC Specialist of the Week (10/23)Started all 13 games for the Hokies … Had 35 punt returns for 397 yards and two touchdowns with a long of 91 … Made 20 tackles, had four interceptions and broke up 11 passes … Made two tackles against West Virginia … Returned a punt for a touchdown against Delaware … Had one interception and one tackle against East Carolina … Made one tackle and recorded two pass break ups against Old Dominion … Had four punt returns for 55 yards and one pass break up against Clemson … Recorded on tackle and two pass break ups against Boston College … Had a career long 91-yard punt return touchdown against North Carolina … Made one tackle against Duke … Had one punt return for 20 yards and one interception against Miami … Recorded a 24-yard interception return against Georgia Tech … Made two pass break ups and one interception against Pitt … Had one tackle against Virginia … Recorded three tackles against Oklahoma State in the Camping World Bowl.

2016-17: Third Team All-ACC (Phil Steele) ... Honorable Mention All-ACC (SP), Coaches ... ACC Player of the Week at DB (Pro Football Focus) ... Played in 11 games, making nine starts ... Recorded 681 yards on special teams during the season ... Had 25 punt returns for 221 yards and one touchdown with a long of 87 ... Returned 22 kickoffs for 460 yards and a long of 37 ... Also recorded two punts for 80 yards ... Made 13 tackles, had three interceptions, broke up 10 passes and blocked one kick ... Made two tackles and had two interceptions against Liberty ... Made two stops against Boston College ... Returned a punt for a touchdown versus ECU ... Had one tackle and one interception against North Carolina ... Also recorded two punts against the Tar Heels with a long of 45 yards ... Had four kick returns with a season-long 37 yarder against Syracuse ... Had one tackle against Miami and Pittsburgh ... Blocked a field goal attempt against Duke ... Broke up two passes against Clemson in the ACC Championship ... Appeared in the Belk Bowl against Arkansas.

2015-16: Played in 13 games, making six starts … Logged 452 yards, including 101 on special teams, 33 on offense, and 318 on defense during the regular season … Had 27 punt returns for 109 yards while tallying 24 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions … Had seven carries for 12 yards … Started, recording two tackles and one punt return against Ohio State … Made one tackle versus Furman … Returned a career-high of five punt returns with four tackles in his start at Purdue … Collected five tackles with one punt return after a start at East Carolina … Returned one punt against Pittsburgh … Started versus N.C. State, making two punt returns and four carries for nine yards… Had two punt returns versus both Miami and Duke … Had one carry for four yards againt Duke … Made one tackle with four returns and an interception at Boston College … Logged two punt returns at Georgia Tech … Started versus North Carolina making five tackles with two returns … Tallied three punt returns and tackles each at Virginia ... Started and had three tackles as well as four punt returns for 132 yards and a career-long return of 67 yards in the Independence Bowl against Tulsa.

2014-15: A second-team all-state selection by The Roanoke Times as a return specialist … Played in all 13 games, starting one … Saw most of his action as Tech’s main punt returner … Averaged 6.9 yards per return … Had three tackles on defense … Also had two rushes and caught a pass … Logged 136 plays, 26 on defense, eight on offense and 136 on special teams … Saw action on defense and special teams in the opener against William & Mary … Returned two punts for 35 yards in the win at Ohio State … Returned five punts for 40 yards against East Carolina … Was in on one defensive play, and returned four punts against Georgia Tech … Returned five punts for 58 yards and also saw action at corner against Western Michigan … Was in on 14 special teams plays at North Carolina … Returned three punts for 47 yards at Pitt … Saw action on punt return against Miami and Boston College … Made a tackle while in on special teams at Duke … Returned a pair of kickoffs at Wake Forest … Returned two punts and made a tackle while in on 13 special teams plays against Virginia …Was all over the field in the Military Bowl win over Cincinnati, playing offense, defense and special teams … Carried the ball twice, picking up 17 yards on one rush … Caught a pass and recovered a fumble that he returned for a touchdown … Had an 88-yard punt return for a touchdown in the spring game.

High School: Played football for Coach Mike Dougherty at Stonewall Jackson High … An Offense-Defense All-America Game selection … A first-team 6A all-state selection by VirginiaPreps at “athlete” as a senior … The Conference 8 offensive player of the year as well … An All-Met honorable mention selection by The Washington Post … Rushed for 1,233 yards and 15 touchdowns on 133 carries while passing for 1,544 yards and 17 touchdowns on 92 of 167 passes … Totaled 2,777 yards and 32 touchdowns … Ranked as the No. 22 player in the state of Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Ranked as the No. 127 athlete in the country and the No. 45 player in his state by 247Sports … Listed as the No. 61 cornerback in the country by Scout … Ranked as the No. 174 athlete in the country, the No. 228 player in his region and the No. 44 player in the state by ESPN Recruiting Nation … Also ran track.

Personal: Gregory O'Neill Stroman, Jr. … Born March 8, 1996, in Warrenton, Va. … Greg, Sr., and Priscilla Stroman … Has a younger brother and a younger sister … Majoring in consumer studies.