Teller begins practice today at Reese's Senior Bowl

BLACKSBURG – Guard Wyatt Teller, a 2017 first-team All-ACC selection, begins practice today in Mobile, Alabama in anticipation of Saturday’s Reese’s Senior Bowl. Teller is the 50th Virginia Tech player to participate in this prestigious all-star contest. Teller is a member of the North Team coached by Vance Joseph and the staff of the Denver Broncos. The game will be televised live by NFL Network with kickoff slated for 2:30 pm ET at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

Teller anchored Virginia Tech offensive line the past two seasons, starting his final 24 games at left guard, the longest streak on the Tech offense at the end of the 2017 season. Pro Football Focus has honored Teller on their ACC Team of the Week four times this season. The Bealeton, Virginia native was the runner-up for the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy, which is presented to the conference’s most outstanding blocker.


He served as a key protector freshman QB Josh Jackson, who posted the most passing yards (2,991) among FBS freshmen signal callers and ranked second among freshmen with 20 TD passes and a 135.2 rating. Tech’s offensive line permitted only 23.0 sacks in 2017. Teller was a part of an offense that set or tied 10 single-season offensive team records in 2016, including points, total touchdowns and total offense.

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