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Virginia Tech bringing Dalton Keene, Reggie Floyd to 2019 ACC Kickoff

Virginia Tech bringing Dalton Keene, Reggie Floyd to 2019 ACC Kickoff

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Dalton Keene scores on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Willis in the first quarter of the Hokies' loss to Miami on Saturday at Lane Stadium.

The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the student-athletes selected to attend the league's annual media days on Tuesday. The 2019 ACC Kickoff is July 17-18 at The Westin Charlotte in North Carolina. 

Virginia Tech is bringing safety Reggie Floyd along with tight end Dalton Keene.

Floyd, the lone returning co-captain from last year, was second on the team with 88 tackles last year (9.5 tackles for a loss) as a junior. The Manassas, Virginia native has 161 career tackles and five interceptions. 

Keene earned honorable mention All-ACC honors last season with 19 receptions for 302 yards with three touchdowns. The tight end missed spring practice recovering from offseason knee surgery, but his streak of 23 straight starts isn't in jeopardy. Trainer's fully cleared Keene for the team's summer conditioning program

Here's a full list of ACC student-athletes participating in the 2019 ACC Kickoff...

Boston College

  • AJ Dillon, RB, Jr., New London, Conn.
  • Tanner Karafa, DT, Sr., Ashburn, Va.


  • John Simpson, OG, Sr., North Charleston, S.C.
  • Tanner Muse, S, Sr., Belmont, N.C.


  • Quentin Harris, QB, Sr., Wilton, Conn.
  • Koby Quansah, LB, Sr., Manchester, Conn.

Florida State

  • Tamorrion Terry, WR, So., Ashburn, Ga.
  • Marvin Wilson, DT, Jr., Houston, Texas

Georgia Tech

  • Jalen Camp, WR, Sr., Cumming, Ga.
  • David Curry, LB, Sr., Buford, Ga.


  • Seth Dawkins, WR, Sr., Columbus, Ohio
  • Dorian Etheridge, LB, Jr., Charleston, W.Va.


  • K.J. Osborn, WR, Gr., Ypsilanti, Mich.
  • Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Sr., Orange Park, Fla.

North Carolina

  • Charlie Heck, OT, Sr., Kansas City, Mo.
  • Myles Dorn, S, Sr., Charlotte, N.C.

NC State

  • Justin Witt, OT, Jr., Chicago, Ill.
  • James Smith-Williams, DE, Gr., Raleigh, N.C.


  • Maurice Ffrench, WR, Sr., New Brunswick, N.J.
  • Dane Jackson, CB, Sr., Coraopolis, Pa.


  • Tommy DeVito, QB, So., Cedar Grove, N.J.
  • Kendall Coleman, DE, Sr., Indianapolis, Ind.


  • Bryce Perkins, QB, Sr., Queen Creek, Ariz.
  • Bryce Hall, CB, Sr., Harrisburg, Pa.

Virginia Tech

  • Dalton Keene, TE, Jr., Littleton, Colo.
  • Reggie Floyd, S, Sr., Manassas, Va.

Wake Forest

  • Cade Carney, RB, Sr., Advance, N.C.
  • Justin Strnad, LB, Sr., Palm Harbor, Fla.

Mike Niziolek is the Virginia Tech football beat writer for The Roanoke Times. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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