Virginia Tech Safety C.J. Reavis Loses Appeal, Remains Dismissed From School

The Virginia Tech Hokies were informed today of the results of a student conduct appeal of their projected starting safety C.J. Reavis.

Reavis, who received limited playing time in Blacksburg as a freshman last season, was dismissed from school last month after an undisclosed student conduct violation took place. While what specifically transpired remains unclear, Reavis’ lawyer, Jimmy Turk blasted the university according to tweets from Roanoke Times beat reporter Andy Bitter.

 

While the status of Reavis as a player and student at Virginia Tech remains far from being clear, the Hokies will have to move on and plan for their September 7th opener against the defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes without their young, athletic safety. Donovan Riley, Desmond Frye, Anthony Shegog, and Der’Woun Green are all possible candidates to start in the open rover spot for the Hokies.

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