2013 Virginia Football Player Profiles

James Coleman Is a Good Punter

Coleman is a solid punter, which enough leg strength and consistency to play at this level. What he lacks is a real shot at the #1 job, currently held by Alex Vozenilek. Alex isn't going anywhere and is likely to hang on to the #1 job for a while.

Countdown to Kickoff: #52 LaChaston Smith

North Carolina native LaChaston Smith was Virginia's only early enrollee from the 2013 signing class, and he will hope to use his jump start to earn early playing time in Charlottesville

Dylan Sims May Only Have 1 Year to Win the PK Job

With the Hoos having a scholarship PK coming in next season, this may be the only chance Dylan Sims will get to be the #1 kicker. Next year, everybody may be looking up to Gary Wunderlich.

DT Justin Renfrow Has Been A Disappointment

As a highly touted recruit, Renfrow was expected to compete right away for playing time, and turn into a solid contributor down the line. But he's added too much weight, and become a bit player. He has a shot this year to finally make an impact.

Mike Tompkins, a Classic Tweener

Not big enough to play LB and not athletic enough to play DB, Tompkins is stuck being a scout team guy. As a HS football star, he may have hoped for more.

Kyle Dockins has 2 more seasons to choose WR or TE

Dockins was recruited as a WR/TE combo and right now sits at WR. However, his path the field is quickest if he can bulk up and become a TE. There's a lot of WR ahead of him, and not much at the TE position after McGee and Swanson leave.

Stephen Lawe Has a Last Chance to Impress

Entering his 4th year in the program, Lawe hasn't yet seen the field. If he is unable to break through this year, he is unlikely to be invited back for his 5th season. Not with the scholarship crunch that looks to be hitting the Hoos this offseason.

Jamall Brown Looking Ahead to His Time

Just a redshirt freshman, nobody expects Brown to contribute this year, not on a team with so many options at WR. But in a couple of years, when the depth chart has thinned out, Brown will be a very nice option at either WR position.

Charlie Richards Unlikely to See the Field

Long snappers do not get a lot of live from fans or the media. If anybody knows who they are, its often because they screwed up. Third string LS don't even get that. They toil in complete obscurity for their entire career. That said, teams need them.

OLB Mark Hall Will Be A Special Teams Standout

Hall simply isn't ready to be an every down LB at this level. He struggles too much with play recognition and plays tentatively. He's got tremendous athletic ability though, and will be a valuable asset on punt and kick coverage teams.

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