January 3, 2012; New Orleans, LA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies defensive end Duan Perez-Means (90) reacts from the bench during the first quarter of the Sugar Bowl against the Michigan Wolverines at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Duan Perez-Means No Longer With Hokies

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According to the reports, Virginia Tech’s tight end Duan Perez-Means has left the team. The reason has not be identified as of now, but it is apparently linked to “personal reasons.” He had not made much of an impact this season for the Hokies considering he has not made a reception all year. He has however started in four games, and been apart of 50 snaps on the year.

It now appears that tight end Kalvin Cline will now run the show. Cline has been much more productive than Perez-means. He has posted 98 yards on 10 receptions. He will look to be a difference maker for the Hokies going forward and there appears to be a bright future for the Freshman.

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