On Monday, we learned that former Virginia football head coach Mike London landed a new job at William & Mary; he’ll head back to Scott Stadium in just his second game leading the Tribe. We also ran through some of things we can take away from men’s basketball’s first three games and found out that two heralded recruits officially signed their National Letter of Intent’s.
Much like their ranking in the AP Poll, Virginia finished in the same position as they did last week in ESPN’s newest installment of their men’s college basketball power rankings. On the Hoos, who came in at the five spot, writer Jeff Borzello pointed to sophomore forward De’Andre Hunter as the team’s “difference-maker” thus far.
Junior cornerback Bryce Hall found his way into the first round of The Draft Network’s mock draft yet again. This time around, the site listed Hall as the 30th pick, which would send him out west to join former teammate Micah Kiser and the Los Angeles Rams.
NCAA.com’s Andy Katz placed Virginia men’s basketball fourth in a new power rankings posted yesterday. Like ESPN, Katz referenced De’Andre Hunter’s success, particularly on the offensive end, as the best news for the Cavaliers through three games.
Akil got UP.