Virginia Tech football will begin their season in less than two months. Unfortunately, the Hokies are in jeopardy of being without their potential starting safety to begin the year. C.J. Reavis, a sophomore for the Hokies, is no longer enrolled at the university as of this past Thursday following a student conduct hearing.
The Roanoke Times was first to report the news on Friday.
“Without discussing the details, there is an appeal process that we are going through at this point,” Jimmy Turk, an attorney representing Reavis, told the Virginia newspaper. “I expect that process to maybe exhaust itself over the next week to 10 days.”
There has been no reason given for the conduct hearing and the issue will remain unknown unless the student wants it released to the public. Reavis and his attorney have not decided if they will issue a statement on what has occurred.
The Hokies are always strong on the defensive side of the ball. However, this year they have the potential to be the best in the ACC.
Reavis mostly contributed on special teams last year, but with a strong spring showing he was moved to the rover position.
Virginia Tech opens the year on September 7th against Ohio State.
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