Scouting Virginia: trouble spots for the Tigers
TE Jake McGee: Ranking in the top 12 in Virginia tight end history in receptions (59), yardage (639) and touchdowns (7), McGee adds a versatile weapon to Virginia's attack.
QB David Watford: The most experience of Virginia's six young quarterbacks, he's thrown for five touchdowns and eight interceptions this season.
RB Kevin Parks: With 1,443 yards in his first two seasons, he ranks among the best in Virginia history. He just went over the 2,000-yard mark and ranks second in the ACC in rushing touchdowns with eight.
RB Taquan Mizell: The first-year freshman is Virginia's first five-star signee since 2005.
WR Darius Jennings: His 68 receptions in his first two seasons is the most in Virginia history, surpassing Herman Moore's 60.
OT Morgan Moses: A fixture at left tackle, Moses will make his 39th start against the Tigers.
WR Tim Smith: He ranks 12th in Virginia history in reception yardage with 1,401.
DE Eli Harold: He leads the Cavaliers in sacks this season with 5.5.
CB Demetrious Nicholas: He's a 30-game starter in the Cavalier secondary.
DT Brent Urban: He leads the nation's defensive linemen in PBUs with 1.3 per game.
S Anthony Harris: He was named Walter Camp national defensive player of the week for his performance against BYU, when he had 11 tackles, a sack, a blocked punt and an interception.
KR Khaled Shepherd: He set a Virginia record for kickoff return yardage last season.
PR Dominique Terrell: On 15 punt returns, he's averaged almost 10 yards per try.
LB Henry Coley: He leads the Cavalier defense with 60 tackles, including 7.5 for loss.