The Virginia football team weaved its way to the program’s first winning record in seven years and first bowl win in 13 years last fall. Along the way, Bryce Perkins was hurdling people, Jordan Ellis was grinding his way to 1,000 yards rushing, Olamide Zaccheaus was breaking records again in his quest for 1,000 yards receiving, and Joe Reed closed the year on a touchdown binge.
That was enough firepower to help fuel the program’s best scoring season in a decade. While all of those eye-catching stats and moments grabbed attention, however, Hasise Dubois steadily stacked up a strong junior season. The “50 Virginia Football Thoughts Before Kickoff” series returns to see if there’s more where that came from.
22 – What Is Hasise Dubois’ Ceiling?
It’s easy to forget with the offense’s strong season that entering 2018, there were question marks all around the offense beside Zaccheaus and Ellis. Perkins oozed potential and the ability to punish defenses running or throwing, but he had yet to play heavy snaps of Power 5 football. Plus, Reed...
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