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Born in Petersburg, VA to Kimberly Cherry & Jerronney Darrisaw, and growing up in Upper Marlboro, MD, Christian Darrisaw has always been a stone’s throw away from Virginia Tech, the school where he made his claim to fame. He attended Riverdale Baptist High School, building up a strong recruitment case, and even earning a spot in the Maryland Crab Bowl and Big 33 All-Star games. Christian then spent one semester at the Fork Union Military Academy playing under coach John Shuman, before becoming a Hokie.


Born in Petersburg, VA to Kimberly Cherry & Jerronney Darrisaw, and growing up in Upper Marlboro, MD, Christian Darrisaw has always been a stone’s throw away from Virginia Tech, the school where he made his claim to fame. He attended Riverdale Baptist High School, building up a strong recruitment case, and even earning a spot in the Maryland Crab Bowl and Big 33 All-Star games. Christian then spent one semester at the Fork Union Military Academy playing under coach John Shuman, before becoming a Hokie.

He joined Virginia Tech as a true freshman in 2018 and became one of just nine freshmen in all of the FBS to start in Week 1. Throughout the year, Christian was a force on the offensive line, opening gaping holes for his running backs while making sure his quarterback never had green stains on his jersey. He had plenty of accolades to show for it as well, collecting awards for 247 Sports Freshman All-American, ESPN Freshman Midseason All-American, and a spot on the Pro Football Focus (PFF) Team of the Week (Week 13). Outside of one game that he missed due to an injury, Christian played and started in the rest of the Hokies’ games that year.   

He joined Virginia Tech as a true freshman in 2018 and became one of just nine freshmen in all of the FBS to start in Week 1. Throughout the year, Christian was a force on the offensive line, opening gaping holes for his running backs while making sure his quarterback never had green stains on his jersey. He had plenty of accolades to show for it as well, collecting awards for 247 Sports Freshman All-American, ESPN Freshman Midseason All-American, and a spot on the Pro Football Focus (PFF) Team of the Week (Week 13). Outside of one game that he missed due to an injury, Christian played and started in the rest of the Hokies’ games that year.   

The following season, Christian was once again a full-time starter on the Hokies’ offensive line, while continuing to excel and turn heads in the national media. He ended the season as a three-time member of the PFF Team of the Week (Week 8, 11, 12) and earned places on the Athlon Second-Team All ACC as well as the Phil Steele Third-Team All ACC.

Christian followed up his first two seasons with an even better junior year, including a signature game in which he helped the Hokies rush for 324 yards against Duke. Following his contribution to the team’s success that week, Christian was honored with a spot on the ACC OL of the Week. After starting in each of the nine appearances he made in 2020, Christian received his most prestigious honor yet - a spot on the year’s First-Team All ACC. He also earned a third straight award for Virginia Tech Outstanding Lineman of the Year. 

Now, after a prolific college career, Christian turns his attention toward April, where he’ll be looking forward to hearing his name get called in the upcoming NFL draft. Christian’s three years at Virginia Tech have proved more than enough that he’s a first round pick caliber who will provide instant success to any team that drafts him. 


Off the field, Christian takes great pride in his culinary skills, as he makes the best lemon pound cake, a family favorite during the holidays. Other activities that help take his mind off of football include playing video games, jet-skiing, bowling, and hunting. While at Virginia Tech, Christian has also been working towards earning a degree in Human Development.

Now, after a prolific college career, Christian turns his attention toward April, where he’ll be looking forward to hearing his name get called in the upcoming NFL draft. Christian’s three years at Virginia Tech have proved more than enough that he’s a first round pick caliber who will provide instant success to any team that drafts him. 


Off the field, Christian takes great pride in his culinary skills, as he makes the best lemon pound cake, a family favorite during the holidays. Other activities that help take his mind off of football include playing video games, jet-skiing, bowling, and hunting. While at Virginia Tech, Christian has also been working towards earning a degree in Human Development.