When quarterback Bryce Perkins finished his career following the 2019 season, the Virginia football program decided it needed more depth and competition even with Brennan Armstrong aligned as the heir apparent behind center. UVA coach Bronco Mendenhall simply said that he did not think you could compete in the ACC and sustain success without multiple starter quality players at that position.
So the Cavaliers decided to add Keytaon Thompson as a piece of the puzzle. It turns out unlike typical puzzle pieces, Thompson fit in more than one specific spot. That’s the jumping off point for the latest summer reading article in The Sabre’s “50 Thoughts Before Virginia Football Kickoff” series – Can Keytaon Thompson Do Even More For Virginia?
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