01/06/2013 - A pair of Virginia Tech wide receivers who just wrapped up their college careers are going to be able to show off their skills at a postseason showcase. Marcus Davis and Corey Fuller are both on the rosters for the East-West Shrine Game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Jan. 19. They'll play on the East team for head coach Jerry Glanville.
Davis, despite receiving criticism for his lack of blocking late in the year, finished nine yards shy of Andre Davis' single-season Hokies receiving record. He had 51 catches for 953 yards and five touchdowns. Fuller, the second oldest of his football-playing brothers from Maryland, stepped into a larger role after D.J. Coles went out with a season-ending injury. He finished with 43 catches for 815 yards and six touchdowns. - Andy Bitter, The Virginian-Pilot
01/01/2013 - Five Virginia Tech football players have been invited to and will participate in the NFL Scouting Combine. Wide receivers Corey Fuller and Marcus Davis, along with offensive linemen Nick Becton and Vinston Painter, and linebacker Bruce Taylor. Taylor led the team in sacks and was third in tackles. Davis finished just nine yards shy of the school record for receiving yards in a season. Fuller started his college career as a track start at Kansas. - WDBJ7 News
11/14/2012 - ACC: NFL DRAFT PROSPECT WATCH - WEEK 11: Keep an eye on: WR Corey Fuller, 6-2, 196, Virginia Tech: Why you should watch him: Fuller was nowhere to be found on draft boards before the season. Fuller ran track at Kansas before transferring to Virginia Tech in 2010 to walk on for football. He had two catches for 19 yards as a junior in 2011 but is having a breakout year in 2012. He really opened eyes against Florida State's rugged defense last week with seven receptions for 124 yards and a score. Season stats (10 games): 36 catches, 671 yards, 5 touchdowns. Player ranking: Fuller is ranked No. 240 overall and the No. 30 wide receiver in CBSSports.com's latest player rankings. Up next: Virginia Tech plays at Boston College. The Eagles' defense has struggled, allowing 471 yards per game. - Sean Bielawski, CBSSports.com
11/08/2012 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: In their last two games, the Hokies have averaged 413.5 yards but only 14.5 points. They gained 421 yards against Miami on Thursday night but managed only one touchdown against the worst defense in the ACC. Turnovers are a direct link to Virginia Tech's scoring troubles. The Hokies turned the ball over twice in the red zone against the Hurricanes and turned it over twice inside Clemson territory in their previous game. - The Sports Xchange