Jamal Golden looks to revert to his 2012 form in the kickoff and punt return games.
I guess you could say we have a lot of experience returning here.
WHAT YOU'VE ALL BEEN DYING TO READ, THE SPECIALIST PREVIEW
In recent years, the Georgia Tech defense has been the weak link compared to its high-powered offense, but don't expect the 2015 defense to be weak in any way.
Returning all but one starter from the 2014 season, could this be the year the secondary becomes the focal point of the defense?
Like most of the defense, this group lost few players to graduation. However, a key transfer could cause an interesting competition for playing time this Fall.
Now that we're finished with the offense, let's look at the defense, starting with a group that a lot of people are high on.
The odds are that Georgia Tech's 2015 offense won't be as good as it was in 2014...but that's not to say that it won't still be pretty good.
Though the offense looks to replace all of its skill position players from last year, the offensive line has hardly changed and should be just as good as it was.
Will the next breakout star emerge from an unproven receiving corps?
Here's a position that's going to look completely different from last year.
Though the Yellow Jackets could have one of the most talented groups at the A-Back position, they are very short on playing experience. Who could develop and emerge for the Jackets this season?
Other QB's are on the roster, but all eyes are on Justin Thomas as we get closer to the fall.