The Virginia Tech Hokies will have to wait to see if one of its leading defenders will be available for their game against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Atlanta on Saturday.
According to an official release by the football program, cornerback Adonis Alexander is questionable heading into the contest. Alexander suffered a hamstring injury during last Saturday’s game against Miami.
Alexander, a former second-team freshman All-American, has been on the field for various reasons in 2017 as he has appeared in 6 games. After playing in the first two games of the season against West Virginia and Delaware, he was suspended for the next two games against East Carolina and Old Dominion for a violation of team rules. He returned against Clemson on September 30.
On the year, the junior from Charlotte, N.C. has registered 22 tackles, 2.0 tackles for a loss and 1.0 sacks. He has also recorded a forced fumble, an interception and 4 pass breakups.
Virginia Tech and Georgia meet at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, with kickoff set for 12:20pm ET.
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