Updated: January 10, 2014
2011 Second-Team All-ACC
Set new school records for career consecutive starts by a quarterback, total offense, career passing touchdowns, career passing completions and attempts and career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback
2013: One of the Hokies’ permanent team captains for 2013 … A finalist for the Dudley Award, given to the state’s top FBS player … Started all 13 games … Was in on 872 offensive plays … Went 227 for 402 for 2,907 yards, throwing for 16 touchdowns … Scored on the ground four times, rushing 162 times for 344 yards … Made his 28th consecutive start in the season opener against top-ranked Alabama … Completed 17 of 31 passes, totaling 200 yards, and connected for one touchdown against Western Carolina … Threw for two touchdowns, going 25 for 43 for 258 yards at East Carolina … Scored a pair of touchdowns on the ground, including the game-winner in the third overtime, also throwing for another, finishing the Marshall game with 181 yards on 18-for-34 passing … Became the all-time leader at Tech in QB rushing touchdowns with a score on the ground at Georgia Tech, also throwing for another as part of a 19-for-25, 221-yard outing … Matched a career best throwing three touchdown passes, finishing the win over North Carolina with 293 yards on 19-for-28 passing … Went 19-for-34 with 239 yards and a touchdown in the win over Pittsburgh … Was 21-for-38 with 214 yards, also scoring a touchdown on the ground as part of a 24-rush, 101-yard outing against Duke … Threw two touchdowns at Boston College, finishing the game with 391 yards on 24 of 41 passing … Became the first player under Beamer to throw for over 300 yards in back-to-back games, finishing the Miami game with 366 yards on 25 of 31 passing … Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week for his play at Miami … Connected on 19 of 31 passes, throwing for 210 yards and two touchdowns against Maryland … Captured yet another record, starting his 39th straight game at QB against Virginia … Finishing the game completing 13 of 29 passes for 229 yards and a touchdown, marking his school record eighth-consecutive game with 200-plus passing yards … Was knocked out of the Sun Bowl with a head injury on a late hit, ending his Tech career just 21 plays into the game … Was 3-for-11 in the game for 46 yards … Had a team-high 49 yards rushing on just three carries.
2012: Started all 13 games, playing 950 snaps on offense … Completed 220 of 429 passes for 2,976 yards and 18 touchdowns … Became the first quarterback since Bobby Owens in 1965 to lead the Hokies in rushing, running for 524 yards and nine scores … Broke his own school record for total offense with 3,500 yards … Went 21-for-38, throwing for 230 yards and two touchdowns in the season-opening win over Georgia Tech … Threw for two touchdowns, going 15-for-23 for 212 yards against Austin Peay … Had his third 200-plus yard game of the season, throwing for 265 yards and one touchdown at Pittsburgh … Threw for 144 yards and two touchdowns against Bowling Green, also rushing 15 times for 65 yards and a TD of his own … Completed 17 of 30 passes for 242 yards, with one throwing and one rushing touchdown against Cincinnati … Threw for 354 yards on 26-for-49 passing, including a 66-yard touchdown toss to Corey Fuller at North Carolina … Became the all-time leader in career 200-yard passing games under head coach Frank Beamer when he threw for 256 yards and two touchdowns against Duke … Threw for 207 yards and a touchdown, also adding 99 rushing yards and a touchdown of his own at Clemson … Carried the ball 22 times for 124 yards and a touchdown, including a 73-yarder for a score, while throwing for 199 yards on 19-for-37 passing at Miami … Rushed for a touchdown, and went 19-for-34 with 298 passing yards and a touchdown against Florida State … Completed 16 of 33 passes, throwing for two TDs, including the overtime game-winner, and rushing for one of his own at Boston College … Ran the ball 23 times for 89 yards and a TD, also throwing for 129 yards and a touchdown against Virginia. … Threw for 193 yards and a touchdown - a fourth quarter strike to Corey Fuller - in the overtime win over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl … Completed 20 of 53 passes for 368 yards during spring scrimmages … Had two touchdown tosses and two interceptions … Also ran for two scores … Was picked off three times in the spring game … Finished 16-for-29 with 214 yards … Won the George Preas Award as the most valuable offensive player of spring practice … Named one of the team’s permanent captains for 2013.
2011: Started all 14 games and racked up nearly 1,000 snaps on offense ... Completed 234 of 391 passes (59.8 percent) for 3,013 yards with 19 touchdowns and 10 interceptions ... Carried 153 times for 469 net yards and 11 TDs on the season ... Broke the school’s single-season total offense record set by Tyrod Taylor in 2010 ... His 234 completions, 391 attempts and 3,013 yards passing all rank second in Tech history for a single season behind only Don Strock’s records set in 1972 ... His 11 rushing touchdowns tied the school record set by Bruce Arians in 1974 for rushing scores by a quarterback in a season … Made his first career start against Appalachian State ... Completed 9 of 19 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns ... Tossed a 7-yard touchdown to Randall Dunn in the second quarter for his first career TD pass ... Rushed three times for 16 yards ... Threw for 91 yards and an interception on 8 of 20 passing at East Carolina ... Racked up 66 yards on 11 carries ... Connected on a 21 of 33 passes for 292 yards and two TD in the win over Arkansas State ... Threw touchdown passes to D.J. Coles and Danny Coale to go against two interceptions ... Carried eight times for 28 yards ... Passed for 229 yards on 22 of 33 passing and an interception in the win at Marshall ... Also ran for 8 yards on three carries, including a 5-yard first quarter TD ... Threw for 125 yards on 15 of 27 passing with an interception against Clemson ... Rushed for 8 yards on 12 carries ... Completed 23 of 25 passes (92 percent) for 310 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Miami ... Carried 11 times for 38 yards and two TDs, including the game-winning rush from 19 yards out on fourth-and-one with 56 seconds remaining ... His 92 percent completion rate set a single-game record under Frank Beamer for a Tech QB (minimum 20 attempts) ... Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week ... Threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns on 17 of 32 passing at Wake Forest ... Also rushed for two scores on 11 carries while gaining 30 yards on the ground ... Completed 22 passes on 36 attempts for 268 yards and a touchdown against Boston College ... Ran for a score while picking up 60 yards on the ground on 16 carries ... Threw 28 passes against Duke, completing 17 for 190 yards ... Had a touchdown pass against two interceptions ... Also carried 10 times for 27 yards ... Accounted for all five touchdowns at Georgia Tech, throwing for three scores while rushing for TDs of one yard and 12 yards ... Named ACC Offensive Back of the Week for the second time on the season ... Was 7 of 13 passing for 209 yards ... Hit Danny Coale with a 63-yard TD strike in the second quarter ... Finished with 70 yards on 18 rushing attempts ... Threw for two scores and ran for a 23-yard TD against UNC ... Was 19 of 32 passing for 195 yards ... Added 32 yards on 13 carries ... Completed 13 of 21 passes for 187 yards and two touchdowns at Virginia ... Also had a 14-yard TD run in the first quarter and finished with seven carries for 27 yards ... Threw for 274 yards on 22 of 44 passing with a touchdown against two interceptions in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson ... Connected with D.J. Coles for a 45-yard TD in the first quarter ... Picked up two yards on the ground … Threw for 214 yards and rushed for 53, including a touchdown, in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan … Earned the George Preas Award, given to the offensive MVP of spring practice.
2010: Saw action in seven games, including a couple brief appearances as a receiver … Attempted 26 passes, completing 12 for 107 yards … Did not throw for a touchdown or an interception … Worked four plays under center to finish up the ECU game … Lined up as a receiver and caught a 2-yard touchdown pass against Wake Forest … Also got 28 snaps at quarterback, hitting 3 of 8 passes for 22 yards and running three times for 15 yards … Played 29 snaps against Duke, completing 6 of 14 passes for 52 yards and running twice for 14 yards … Was in for a play as a receiver at UNC … Was forced into the Miami game for one play and completed a 24-yard pass on a third-and-16 play … Worked 11 snaps against Virginia, hitting his only pass for a 6-yard gain … Earned Iron Hokie honors during off-season workouts … Completed 40 of 70 passing attempts (.571) for 612 yards during Tech’s five spring scrimmages … Tossed four TD passes and just one interception … Had two touchdown passes and tossed two interceptions during the Maroon-White game … Hit on 10 of 21 attempts in that game for 131 yards … Also ran five times for a game-high 37 yards … Earned the George Preas Award as the offensive MVP of the spring.
2009: Competed for the No. 2 quarterback duties during the preseason … Traveled and dressed for all the games … Helped signal in the offensive plays … Did not see action and was redshirted … Picked up Iron Hokie honors during off-season workouts … His 315-pound power clean was a position record … Earned 100% Effort Awards for four of the team’s six pre-spring 6 a.m. workouts … Scrambled 35 yards for a touchdown in Tech’s third spring scrimmage … Completed 9 of 13 passes for 116 yards during the final spring scrimmage … Was 6-for-12 passing overall in the Maroon-White game for 34 yards and a touchdown … Won the Paul Torgersen Award as the top offensive newcomer of spring practice.
High School: A star athlete for Coach Jeff Woody … Rated the No. 19 overall prospect nationally by SuperPrep … Ranked the top tight end prospect nationally, the No. 71 overall player and the No. 4 player in the state by Rivals … Listed as the No. 33 overall player in the country by PrepStar … Ranked the top player in the state of Virginia and the No. 1 tight end in the country by SuperPrep … Rated the No. 4 overall prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Listed as the No. 3 tight end prospect in the nation by Scout.com … Listed the No. 6 athlete prospect nationally by Tom Lemming, earning second-team All-America honors from MaxPreps … Rated the No. 9 athlete, and the No. 103 overall prospect in the country by ESPN.com’s recruiting service … A member of the PrepStar Top 100 Dream Team … A SuperPrep and PrepStar All-American … A member of the SuperPrep Elite 50 Team … An ESPNU Top150 player … A member of the Rivals100 Team … A member of SuperPrep’s Mid-Atlantic Team … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as a tight end … Named the Associated Press Group AA player of the year in Virginia … Completed 118 of 204 passes for 1,535 yards and 20 touchdowns as a quarterback his senior season … Competed in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, catching two passes … Threw four touchdown passes in a 50-46 loss to James Monroe in the Group AA Division 3 championship game in December … Ran for 842 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior … As a defensive back, recorded 80 tackles and intercepted four passes … Had more than 1,500 yards of total offense his junior season … Caught 55 passes as a receiver his sophomore season.
Personal: Logan Lamont Thomas … Born 7/1/91 … Son of Eddie and Kim Tarazona … Cousin of current Hokie Zach McCray … Graduated with a degree in human development … Working on a second degree in psychology.