Hendon Hooker named MVP at VPI(Virginia Polytechnic Institute)/Virginia Tech:Former Dudley HS QB excels/exhales in Blacksburg, VA

Posted by Andy Durham on December 30, 2019 at 4:07 pm under College, High School | Comments are off for this article

CHARLOTTE – The Virginia Tech football coaching staff revealed the Hokies’ team awards for the 2019 season on the eve of the squad’s Belk Bowl contest vs. Kentucky at Bank of America Stadium on Tuesday.

Most Valuable Player – QB Hendon Hooker(Dudley High School/Greensboro, N.C.)
Hendon Hooker at Virginia Tech in 2019:
87-140 passing for 1,445 yards/62.14% of his passes completed and 11 Touchdowns/2 INT’s…
Rushing for Hooker, he had 111 carries for 306 yards and 5 TD’s…1,751 Total Yards and 16 TD’s for Hendon Hooker in 10 games played….

At Virginia Tech, prior to the 2019 season:
2018: Saw duty in six games … Took one snap vs. Boston College (11/3) … Tallied two carries at Duke (9/29) … Had a 69-yard TD run, his first score as a Hokie, vs. William & Mary (9/8).

2017: Redshirted

High School: Played for head coach Steven Davis at Dudley … Passed for 6,027 yards and 55 touchdowns and rushed for 2,975 yards with 48 touchdowns … Three-time all-conference selection … Two-time Associated Press All-State team … All-State Player of the Year by NC Preps … Two-time state champion … Named the 2016 championship game MVP after accounting for six TDs … Finished his career as Dudley’s all-time leading passer … Scored more than 1,000 points in basketball and was a three-time All-Metro conference selection.

Personal: Son of Alan and Wendy Hooker … Majoring in communication studies.


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