OGWyatt Teller

Virginia Tech — ACC
  • Height: 6044
  • Weight: 311
  • Hometown: Bealeton, VA
  • Age: 23


2017 (Redshirt Senior): G Wyatt Teller anchored a Virginia Tech offensive line that permitted only 23.0 sacks on the season. He started in all 13 games at left guard and started 24 consecutive games, the longest streak on the Tech offense. Teller was a 2017 first-team All-ACC selection and was named to Pro Football Focus’ ACC Team of the Week four times this past season. The Bealeton, Virginia native was also the runner-up for the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy, which is presented to the conference’s most outstanding blocker. After helping the Hokies pile up 248 rushing yards (5.0 ypc) in the Camping World Bowl, Teller was selected to ESPN.com’s All-ACC Bowl Team.

2016 (Redshirt Junior): First Team All-ACC (Pro Football Focus) ... National Player of the Week at Guard (Pro Football Focus 11/8) ... Played in all 14 games, making 12 starts ... Started the Belk Bowl against Arkansas.

2015 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in all 13 games with 12 starts at left guard ... PLayed 919 snaps during the regular season including 851 on offense and 68 on special teams .... Played 71 snaps against Ohio State ... Logged 57 plays against Furman ... Played 72 snaps at Purdue ... Played 83 snaps at East Carolina ... In on 55 snaps against Pittsburgh ... Played 64 snaps against N.C. State ... In on 55 snaps at Miami ... Played 106 snaps against Duke ... Logged 71 snaps at Boston College ... In on 69 snaps at Georgia Tech ... Had 87 snaps against North Carolina ... Played 61 snaps at Virginia ... Started the Independence Bowl against Tulsa.

2014 (Redshirt Freshman): A second-team all-state selection by The Roanoke Times … Played in all 13 games, starting the last six games … Logged 629 plays, 567 on offense and 62 on special teams … Was in on 20 offensive snaps, while also contributing on special teams in the opener against William & Mary … Saw action on special teams in the win at Ohio State and against East Carolina … Was in on one offensive snap while also contributing on special teams against Georgia Tech … Had four knockdowns while in on 41 offensive plays against Western Michigan … Was in on 27 plays on offense, making four knockdowns, and also contributed on special teams at North Carolina … Was in on 46 plays on offense at Pitt … Logged 57 plays in his first offensive start against Miami … Had 10 knockdowns while in on all 78 plays on offense against Boston College … Didn’t miss a snap at Duke and finished the game with 11 knockdowns … Was in on all 70 snaps at Wake Forest … Had nine knockdowns while in on all 79 plays on offense against Virginia … Was in on 69 snaps against Cincinnati in the Military Bowl … Posted a 430-pound bench press and a 560-pound squat in spring max testing.

2013 (Freshman): Started as a defensive end, but moved to offensive tackle in the preseason … Dressed for several games early in the season, but ended up redshirting while working with the scout team on the offensive line … Bench pressed 405 pounds, squatted 410 pounds and posted a 27.5-inch vertical jump in fall scout team max testing to earn Iron Hokie honors … Followed that up in the spring with a monster showing in the spring max testing … Earned Super Iron Hokie honors after posting a 370-pound push jerk, a team-high 600-pound back squat, a team-high 385-pound power clean and a 420-pound bench press … Moved to offensive guard in the spring.

High School: Played for Coach Chris Watts at Liberty High … Listed as the No. 59 overall prospect in the country, the No. 6 strongside defensive end overall and the No. 8 prospect in Virginia by Rivals … Rated the No. 11 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Ranked as the No. 10 player in Virginia in SuperPrep’s preseason issue … Ranked as the No. 110 overall player in the country, the No. 9 strongside defensive end in the country and the No. 6 player in his state by 247Sports … Listed as the No. 28 defensive tackle in the country by Scout … Ranked as the No. 35 defensive tackle in the country, the No. 60 player in his region and the No. 19 player in the state by ESPN Recruiting Nation … A U.S. Army All-America Game selection … A second-team 247Sports All-American … A preseason SuperPrep All-American … The state’s defensive player of the year for the Group AA level, as voted on by the VHSCA … A first-team Group AA all-state selection by both the VHSCA and Virginia Preps … Totaled over 120 total tackles, including 11 sacks, and forced four fumbles … Earned Defensive Player of the Year honors in Region II and the Evergreen District … Recorded 85 tackles, including 27 for a loss, 9.5 sacks and four forced fumbles his junior year … Also had three interceptions and five blocked kicks his junior year.

Personal: William Wyatt Teller … Born Nov. 21, 1994 in Manassas, Va. … Son of Richard and Cheryl Teller … Has an older brother and three older sisters … Majoring in property management.