Virginia Tech running backs Ryan Williams and Darren Evans have submitted their paperwork to have their NFL Draft stock evaluated. "Just my gut feeling, I don’t think both of them will come back," running backs coach Billy Hite said. "But there’s no real rhyme or reason behind it right now."
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans led the Hokies with 90 yards on 14 carries against North Carolina.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans had 160 yards and two touchdowns on just 15 carries against North Carolina State.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans looked terrific while rushing for 91 yards and a score on just ten carries against East Carolina.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans has heard plenty of questions about his knee injury, but he's pleased to announce again that "It's fixed, I know it's fixed and I'm ready to play football."
According to offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring, Virginia Tech will feature more two back sets in 2010, meaning we'll see Ryan Williams and Darren Evans on the field together.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans, who saw his 2009 campaign end before it began due to an ACL injury this summer, is on the recovery track, however he will not play in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Tennessee.
With running back Darren Evans quickly working his way back from knee surgery, Virginia Tech will have a loaded backfield in 2010.
Running back Darren Evans is making a quick recovery from his ACL surgery this August. So much so that team trainer Mike Goforth says Evans could return for Virginia Tech's bowl game.
As if three injured running backs weren't enough for Virginia Tech, the remaining healthy one, Ryan Williams, went down with a sprained ankle in Saturday's scrimmage. Though except for Darren Evans it sounds like the others will be able to soon return.
The Virginia Tech athletic department released a statement stating that running back Darren Evans had successful surgery to repair the ACL and trim the lateral meniscus in his left knee.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans has torn his ACL, and he'll miss the 2009 season.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans sprained his knee during last Friday's practice. "I’m running on it now," Evans said. "I’m not cutting like I want to. I’m not moving like I want to, but it has gotten a lot better. I’m about 70 percent. It’s been getting a lot better each day." Evans will wear a blue non-contact jersey in practice.
Virginia Tech running back Darren Evans could only muster 72 yards on 25 carries against Virginia.